>>19574041>If you don't appreciate someone for who they are break up
I really hate this fucking all or nothing bullshit people spread. You can like someone for who they are deep down. Their core characteristics. But implying that wanting anyone to change any negative behaviors or to be more considerate of their partners needs is somehow a horrible offence is retarded.
My ex used to pull that shit on me. "Hey its really not cool when you come home grumpy from work and sit there pissy for an hour and I can't say or do anything without you getting upset." "Well that's just how I am anon, its your fault for trying to talk to me when I'm like that, you should just leave me alone then. It's the way I am, you either have to take it or leave it." Or hey, maybe you stop being an immature cunt and realize you have a shitty behaviour and modify it like an adult. I've done so multiple times to my own shitty quirks, often after a friend points out how shitty it is. Do I lash out or do I go "oh hey, I should listen to this person I trust and think on that, maybe work on it so I can become a better person."
Anyone who treats criticism as a personal attack fucking annoys me to no end.