Everything my boyfriend does irritates me now.. is it over?
I haven't thought about breaking up with him. But everything is just so irritating to me now. The stupid remarks he makes all the time, him pushing my buttons constantly talking sexually about other girls, talking to myself when I'm on the phone to him, his lack of common sense, his laziness, him thinking he is so superior and being a feminist. We have been dating for 1 and a half years and lately I can't even say 'i love you' back to him without feeling forced to. He says he never wants to break up with me, and I know I would hurt as he has become a big part of my life and heart.. But I just can't stand him anymore. What should I do? Anyone else experience this with their significant other at one stage of the relationship?
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Most Helpful Opinion
Why are you still in this relationship?
What Guys Said 2
Tell him straight up how you feel. Tell him that you are finished with his immaturity. Tell him you think he cannot change but you will give him one more chance at growing up. If he doesn't then end it. You will be doing him a favor by breaking up with him because then he will realize that it is unacceptable to behave like that.
If you think the relationshp is worth saving, lay it all on the table and have a ernest conversation with him. Like you, he is not a mind reader; yes somethings may be obvious but then again so much goes unsaid that maybe needs to be said.
What Girls Said 2
It's time for a bye bye. Things does not sound good and you're only wasting your time being in the relationship. End things. It's better for him and yes he might be upset (aren't we all when we get dumped) but you know, it's for the better. If he irritates you now anyway chances that it will get worse are just even better.
If you're sure you don't want to break up with him, I think you should have a serious talk with him, tell him what is bothering you. Maybe he doesn't know those things bother you and by talking to him, he could make an effort, if you both want the relationship to work.