My boyfriend and I broke up and he wanted to stay friends. I'm finding it difficult to be friends with someone I loved and shared intimate time with. We still spend a lot of his free time together and still have sex. The thing is he used to remember everything we spoke about but now he can never remember and i told him that it seems like the time we have spent together must not mean much cause he never remembers conversations we have.
He then tells me iam trying to make it seem like he is loosing his memory but this is not the case I was clearly stating that the time we spent together lately is not of that much importance. But he freaked out saying he will not stand for someone making him feel he is loosing his mind. I told him its best he didn't contact me as I dont want to be friends with someone who thinks iam mentally abusing them.
Am I wrong or is he wrong because I am seriously hurt and upset that he would accuse me of this?
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He's the "dickhead" in this case. The reason he's "forgetting" could be a form of denial, a response to the breakup. People respond differently to it. Also blaming you his a form of reaction where you "project" the ways you are wrong/bad onto others (blaming others for yelling etc when you're the real troublemaker), so thaat could be a reason.
I'd say he got NOTHING on you. It's all his own mind. And IF he could prove how YOU make him forget, that'd be the scientific discovery of the MILLENIA!!
I'd say if you can't stay friends you should cut contact as much as possible.1
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