I have never ever been a morning person, ever since I can remember. Now that I live with my boyfriend however it has started to effect my relationship as well. I dont have a job right now so I dont have a specific reason to get up at a certain time and I have not been able to find a job at all and it is getting very stressfull for me. Plus other things going on in my relationship so lately I have felt very sad and dare I say depressed a little bit. This just makes me want to sleep more and more and not get up at all. So anyways my boyfriend comes in and tells me (key word tells me its time to get up, not asks me to please get up) its time to get up and I lay there a little bit longer ignoring him but knowing that I will get up in like 5 minutes. He continues to say this and I tell him just a little longer and he says no, im being nice right now and if you dont get up now ill move on to stage 2. Then I dont get up and he says ok time for stage 2 and he opens the blinds, opens the window all the way even if it is snowing and freezing outside, takes the blankets off of me etc. This just gets me even more angry and makes me want to defy what he wants me to do even more because I feel like im being treated like a child, not like his partner. So this morning I got really pissed and told him that he isnt my father and that really made him mad. I regreted saying it right away but I couldnt help it and then he left for work really mad at me and didnt even say goodbye. I hate this because now our entire day will be ruined because of this one stupid thing. I know I have a problem with waking up and getting an attitude in the morning towards the person trying to wake me up and I need help with that. I need to know how do I fix this problem. But I also feel like if he would go about it a different way, like by hugging me, kissing me, being nice and asking me to please get up rather then demanding me to then I would want to get up rather then lay there and defy him cuz he is pissing me off. Please help me.
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