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Remind me not to fall on hard times with some of you around as support! :blink2:

I don't agree with the boyfriend / girlfriend bakwaas, but if she has found herself in a situation with the guy, then the least she can do is try to help him to relinquish the bottle. Or am I underestimating the pyaar between a man and his drink? If not, then why exactly was the relationship entered into in the beginning? Was it only to be there for each other during the good times? I suggests she leaves the relationship with her head held high if she has found herself in this mess.

If you ever fell on hard times, I would definitely help you out. I can tell that you are a good guy.

OP has only known her boyfriend for 9 months. He has already been to rehab twice during this time period. She has tried to help him, but it leads to arguments and it is becoming an emotional drain on her.

At what point do you say enough is enough?

Lol, I agree with Moderator ji. She prob isn't even reading our posts anymore.

EDIT: I've heard that some girls are attracted to "bad boys" because the girls think they can change them. They take pride in knowing they were the only ones who could tame the "bad boy".

Lol idk, that's just what I've heard.

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EDIT: I've heard that some girls are attracted to "bad boys" because the girls think they can change them. They take pride in knowing they were the only ones who could tame the "bad boy".

Lol idk, that's just what I've heard.

Can you slow down a bit? I'm taking notes.... So girls like bad boys? That's where I was going wrong?!? :biggrin2:

I guess if he really desired a change in his life he'd take her help. Until he realises that, nobody will ever be able to help him. It's sad.

She needs to clear her head and be honest with herself.

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Can you slow down a bit? I'm taking notes.... So girls like bad boys? That's where I was going wrong?!? :biggrin2:

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I guess so veer ji.

I've started being somewhat of a bad boy myself.

Today I used a fork to eat my cereal...so bad...

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Does sitting outside a girl's house with a machete and blood-shot eyes fall into bad boy territory? Would she like that? I can never find the right balance.

LOL...You are such a romantic!

Some might be into that. You just gotta find the right girl for you.

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Guest Mankaran Singh

You chose this path sister, so live with it !! Follow the path of sikhi and you wouldn't have these issues.

yup I agree with uuh bro yr.

Yr m new in sikhsangat.com really lucky to join this topic I can discuss anything related with Sikhism

But I don't know nything abt this website yet How to create forums,etc??

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This is the indication that you will not be happy with him in the future. Before any mishappening you should quit your relationship with him. Its really not easy for you but for teh better future of your and him, end the relationship. As you mentioned here, you have tried many times to resolve problems but any positive progress.

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So nice. Someone who is most probably of Sikh faith finds a Sikh forum and asks for help. History teaches us that Sikhs helped all, nowadays it's like lets just ridicule the person who reaches out for help as they have not lived up to the standard of what a Sikh is supposed to be. I dobut many of the posters on here are the rel mccoy, every one has faults.

Have compassion and instead of slating someone with the obvious give some advise that may actually help them. Like i've said many times before many may think they are good Sikhs but are they good humans? Does true sikhi not prescribe to the logic that you need to be a good human first then only you can be a good Sikh? Cause what is the point of doing all the formallities if your full of hatred or look down on others for not being to a standard you think is acceptable.

OP, alcholics have an addiction which is not easy to overcome. Like all addictions its not as easy as saying 'if you love me don't ever do it again'. The person may have every intention of keeping promises they make in not indulging into their addiction but it is SO HARD to repress those feelings and behaviours. They will do anything to satisfy the urge for their addiction, when they are feeling withdrawl symptoms. They need to see a psychologists and get to the root cause and address the issues. It is a long journey which with support can be overcome. With the majority of addicts it is there loved ones that suffer the most. Find help groups and in UK there are many addction centres that can help, be it for drink or drugs or gamballing. on my phone so can't type much sorry.

after reading this all i can say - babyyyy i am addicted ,.... i am out of controll coz ur the only drug that keeps me from dying.... :p

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