Times He Calls You “Crazy” And Other Things To Distract From His Bad Behavior
“Crazy” is a label that gets tossed at women an unfair amount. We’ve heard about “crazy ex-girlfriends,” “irrational women,” and we’ve all been accused of having “PMS” and the “crazy eye” when that isn’t the case at all. The label gets thrown around so much that sometimes we wonder if it’s true — but you shouldn’t believe the hype.
Is it just us, or have you noticed that men throw around “crazy” just around the time that they do something out of line and when they can’t handle your reaction? You’re “clingy” when you call him three times in a row, but what is he when he bails on plans without calling to cancel or picking up the phone to tell you why?
I think that “crazy” is a label we should stop buying into or accepting because many men are just using it to cover their bad behavior. Do you agree?
When You’re Being “Too Clingy”
Is it about how many times you called? Or the way he’s avoiding you because he knows he’s done something wrong?
When You’re “Acting Jealous”
Right. It’s because you’re insecure, not because he’s keeping other women’s numbers throughout his phone. After all, they’re “just friends” — who sometimes text at 3 a.m.
When You Have “Trust Issues”
And yet, you caught him betraying your trust…
When You’re “Obsessed”
When you keep calling him to find out why he hasn’t responded to your messages and, you know, to make sure he’s alive.
When You’re A “Stalker”
But, of course, he’s not a “liar” who won’t admit his bad behavior unless you have the evidence to prove it.
When You’re “Frigid”
Are you “not interested in having sex anymore,” or is he mistaken if he thinks anyone would want to be intimate with him after some seriously questionable behavior?
When You’re “A Freak”
Because you like to have sex every night (and he doesn’t understand why you question him about why he no longer likes to).
When You’re A “Nag”
But he won’t carry his weight with household chores and responsibilities. Not cool, sir.
When You’re “Doing Too Much”
You leave a toothbrush at his place and suddenly you’re “trying to move in.” Are you moving too fast? Or does he have commitment issues?
When You “Want Too Much”
You want him to be committed to you and treat you well if you’re going to make things work. Is it that you want too much or is he just looking to give less than his best?
When You’re “Dramatic”
And he’s sitting back watching you lose your cool like he did nothing to upset you five minutes before.
When You’re “A Tease”
Are you wrong for wearing clothes you feel good in? Or is he wrong for being a grown man who can’t control his urges around a woman in a pair of shorts?
When You’re “Emotional”
Sometimes “You’re too sensitive” is code for “I’m a jerk.”
When You’re “Irrational”
Everyone is allowed to disagree about why and how they like and don’t like things. Just because he doesn’t agree with you doesn’t make you irritational (but it does make him rude for name-calling).