Should I be upset for no Christmas gift on Christmas?

A couple of weeks before Christmas, bf of 3 years comes into unexpected money. He hands me a significant amount of cash and says, "Get yourself something special." Then he buys me some tires because he happened across a going-out-of-business 50% off sale. He also recently bought me a custom set of expensive floor mats for a new car I just purchased. Christmas Eve morning, he left a beautiful floral centerpiece on my table with a florist's card claiming his love for me (written by said florist). Then texts me good night on Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day when we get together to "exchange" gifts, he hands me NOTHING. No card, no token gift, no little keepsake ornament. NOTHING. When I say I appreciate all he has done and given me, but he really hurt my feelings by not giving me anything at Christmas, he says I'm not going to get traditional out of him because he's not that kind of guy. Should I be upset, or overlook the fact that I got gifts of opportunity in the weeks leading up to Christmas, just nothing ON Christmas? Help me out here. Please?
Anonymous User
Anonymous User
Asked Dec 29, 2014
You should be thankful he gave u gifts. After all, Christmas is not always about gifts you sound kind of spoiled u rlly should be thankful he probably worked very hard for all those gifts.And its really about celebrating Jesus's birth u know. You shouldn't be so unthankful especially on a holiday and u should be with ur family going to church if its on a church day and afterwards open the gifts u should be thankful and don't be spoiled I'm only 9 but that does not make me spoiled and I am trying to earn money for my family's gifts u should do the same and be thankful u sound very unworthy of gifts. At least be happy u got a gift and appreciate the person who gave it to you.I'm not trying to be mean but I suggest u follow this.
turkeyidiot
Answered Nov 28, 2015
No, You should not be upset about the present that you does not like. After all its Christmas spreading happiness. if you are buying a gifts for your love ones and looking for best customized gift bags then I suggest you the Christmas boxes packaging. They provide Custom Gift Bags manufactured with quality material stock and high-tech printing quality. for further details check https://www.christmasboxespackaging.com/products/christmas-gift-bags/
evacowdy101
Answered Jan 15, 2019
No matter how old you are, family history is important. While you might not think so at the time, as you get older there will be things you and your grandchildren will want to know. Most of us don't realize it until the older generations are gone and you can't replace first hand comments. Don't just put in about the good times, add in the harder times and how you overcame those trials. Another thing to remember is what caused the deaths of those you loved. There are many things that have been found to continue into future generations that knowing it runs in the family can be helped with now or possible in the future. prevention starts with knowing where to start. I wish someone had taken the time to write these things down for mew to be able to go back to. My Grandmother and my mother told us many stories of what things happened in their lives and about the people in their lives. I now wish someone had written those things down since both have passed now. But I never thought at that busy point in my life that I would one day want to remember all those things. So much family history is lost when the older generations are gone. Please pass it on to your family while you can. You can even just do it digitally so it can be accessed by family later on.Family pictures are something to cherish also. Just be sure to write down who is pictured in them, where they are taken and when. I have found family pictures that no one now even knows who is in them.

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Answered Feb 02, 2019

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