Who is this teenager to you and why does she keep the horses with you?
Ok. Thank you for clarifying that. It sounds to me like there is some jealousy or worry going on for your partner and this client brings that all up. If this is business then whether or not the client is arrogant doesn't really concern her. If you are handling things in a professional way then your partner should trust in that. I would go to your partner/ex and let her know you love and care for her but this is a professional relationship and dealing with other people and their personalities is all part of being a business owner.
If your partner got rid of every student of hers that was arrogant and cocky, most likely her class would be empty.
I know how hard this is for you and the pain you are in....I hope that with some passage of time she can calm down a bit and realize that her demands are a bit unreasonable and this doesn't have anything to do with her feelings and all to do with surviving and running a business. I don't think trying to convince her now will get you anywhere...she needs some time and time ti miss you and come back.
She sounds really hard on you...this break may serve you well too. Hard to see that now, but you may just feel a bit less pressure during this break.
Focus on you right now and your work...there will be tough moments of missing her, but again you may just feel more at ease with time.
That's hard to live under that kind of scrutiny from her. Please take this break up as a time for yourself to refresh and renew...it does not sound like the way she treats you is healthy and inspiring for you.
More red flags...this is not a long relationship between the two of you and certainly not long enough where she weighs in on your business and dictate whom your clients are. Pick up, dust off and begin to move on. Seems like this will be a good thing in the long run.
Sounds like she says stuff to scare you and manipulate. Time to move on and do what you need to do to put this very short relationship behind you.
love may not be enough if the fit isn't right and it just may not be here. not about right and wrong...the fit isn't right. fighting with your mom so early, dictating your business decisions...red flags. Begin the healing.
removing yourself from her social media would be a good way to go. Her behavior is childish and she has manipulated you into thinking you have done all wrong. Be well and begin to heal. This seems best for you.
you can get your strength back. I believe that to be so. Go find it.
The text only furthers my view this fit isn't right.
more of the same. Time to move on and as you move on ask yourself why you would desire to be with someone that puts you down, fights with your family and dictates your business decisions.
I think you are a guy that cares and has been hurt. Find your strength again...it is in there. Thank you for the positive rating. Be strong. Good night.