In Acting Different, Cassandra tells her boyfriend that she doesn’t like it when he acts like a tough guy in front of his friends.
CASSANDRA: You act different. Whenever we are all hanging out, you put on this macho man type act. You don’t act like you when you’re in front of your friends. I don’t like it. Why do you do that?
You do! You do! You are so sweet and kind to me when we are alone together but as soon as we are chilling out with your boys, you treat me different. You tease me like you’re mocking me.
Just be you from now on because you make me feel like what we have together is a lie when you treat me like you don’t even care about me, in front of your friends.
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CASSANDRA confides in her boyfriend ROBERT about how he has been putting on a ‘switch’ in his personality whenever they are alone versus when they are in front of his friends.
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