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If your Boyfriend/Girlfriend Wrongfully Accuses You of Something?

What would you do if your boyfriend/girlfriend accused you of calling him/her a low life?, and just accused you of something?

Well, my boyfriend accused me of calling him a low life, for some reason, I dunno y, probably something I said, but I really cannot remember, and I am ABSOLUTELY and 100% SURE that I did NOT call him a low life.

He's sent me e mails saying he is sorry and to forgive him,what do I do?, and what would U do?

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have been accused so many times by my man,it hurts,but u have to move forward if u luv him or her

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Na wa 4 some girls o. @Pie1ect u didn't call her 4 four good weeks doesn't she have ur no, must u call her all d time can't she call.

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you are welcome.

Anything for my girl.

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Awww,that's so sweet MCKaycee,thnx for the advise y'all.

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what do you intend doing? kick him in the Bottom? no no no

He only wants to know if he's real to you.

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for get about ever thing. since he already apology's to you.

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Yes, I have been accused of many things when it comes to boyfriends. But I fight it tooth and nail. They must produce evidence to this so called allegation because sometimes it can stem from a simple misunderstanding.

He is probably apologizing because he know's it was wrong to accuse you of something you didn't do. Accept his apology, we all make mistakes from time to time. Just talk it out with him and ask him to, if he feels you've wronged him, bring it up that very instant to get it sorted out. Don't hold onto it.

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You know, my girlfriend(in Naija) once accused me of "seeing" somone else, as I didn't call her for four good weeks.

Actually it was for some genuine reason I didn't call and when I finally did, she said she felt "somone else" was the reason. I mean, I was gutted. If I didn't think you were good enough for me, I'd never have asked you out in the first place.

Anyway, we managed to straighten things out. But it's never nice to hear you partner accuse you of something you are SURE you never did.

If it's something you actually did, then that's not an "accusation".

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