#MaybeSheDoesntHitYou but when you take time for yourself because she told you you were being Superman and ignoring yourself, she gets angry that you're taking time for yourself.
— Rob Freundlich (@rob_freundlich) March 30, 2018
#maybeshedoesnthityou but she turns every argument into a personal attack on you and forces you to apologize even if she was at fault originally
— John Vellenga (@jvellenga254) February 12, 2018
#Maybeshedoesnthityou But she kicked me while i was driving down the highway 6 times. Knowing that if i ever left her id never see my son again. Its been 3 months since ive seen my son.
— StockManiaInfo (@StockManiaInfo) March 30, 2018
#maybeshedoesnthityou but she reminds you of how much money you aren't making.
— Adrian (@Danger_Dan87) January 6, 2017
#maybeshedoesnthityou but she makes you feel guilty for not reading her mind and tries to "teach you a lesson" by pretending to break up with you
— . (@nekomell) March 12, 2018
#maybeshedoesnthityou but she banlises your feelings far over her own, and when she hears about your depression, she stops talking to you without saying a reason and ignores you greeting her anyway (basicaly as if you died or not even worth looking in the eyes).
— ẞweetPotatœ (@OlleKnolle) March 28, 2018
#maybeshedoesnthityou you feel like you can’t talk to any one because she reads everything you do on your phone.
— burneracount (@burneracount2) March 29, 2018
#Maybeshedoesnthityou but she makes fun of your insecurities and gets mad at you for being offended because “you can’t take a joke” and ghosts you so you can learn a lesson
— Lil Uzi Vértical ? (@notsaul_) March 30, 2018
#maybeshedoesnthityou but she makes you feel like she needs you to be her conscience. Or sabotages your ambitions so you’ll stay with her. Or uses your “bad memory” as an opportunity to rewrite past events.
— Knight of Hope (@DexDavican) February 11, 2018
#maybeshedoesnthityou but threatens to never let you see your kids again if you leave her.
— grievous (@VenomRob) June 16, 2016
#MaybeSheDoesntHitYou but if you cry, you need to be doing a better job at suppressing your emotions & problems because men aren’t “emotionally damaged”.
— J.D. Barnett (@TheJDBarnett) January 10, 2018