Thelma, I saw the post on your blog about the role of a man in a relationship and I'm in support of the girl. Your man should take care of you. I'm not saying it is his duty but if he loves you then he should try to make your life as comfortable as possible, to the best of his abilities.
My problem is quite different. Yesterday on my way home with my boyfriend something happened to the car, I don't know if it's battery problems or something but the car stopped moving and it needed to be pushed. My boyfriend came out to push the car but I stayed inside. He asked me to come and help him but I refused because the road was very busy and I have not pushed a car before, especially on that kind of busy road. I told him to get people to help him which he did eventually. But he's still angry with me. He said if I couldn't help him push his car then it means when he needs me I won't be there for him. According to him it's time to "re-evaluate our relationship". I think this is ridiculous, I love him, I have helped him in the past and I will continue to help when I can. Was I wrong in not helping him push the car? Does it mean that I will not help with other (more important) things in his life. Thelma I love my boyfriend and I don't want to lose him and this talk of re-evaluating our relationship is scaring me. (btw I offered to steer the car while he pushed but he wanted both of us to push instead)
Dear poster, I just saw your mail this morning.
I don't know if you were right or wrong but I don't think your man should even allow you to push his car with him on a busy road.
Ladies what will you have done?
Is it really time to re-evaluate the relationship (*rme*) or is oga overreacting?