I've apologized several times for cussing at his aunt and he still keeps bringing it up?
What Guys Said 2
Sometimes people say things they don't mean without knowing how they really feel. If he cares of his aunt, the experience must of hurt him badly. It was a good decision to apologise to the aunt, and it sounds like she's over it. However it doesn't sound like he's over it even though he says so.
It also depends on the context of the conversation when he brings it up. If he brings it up during an argument, it's an attempt to make you feel bad. This is how some people argue, attack the persons feelings rather than the argument itself. If that's the case, take a break from the argument and cool down. Come back to the argument when you're both more rational.
Arguing can be good as it's a way to solve problems, but if the argument is causing problems due to the irrational aggressiveness of the arguers then it's bad.
He may also bring it up as a joke, which I doubt, but you haven't provided any context.
Maybe you're asking him the wrong question. Instead, ask "why do you keep bringing up the moment when I swore at your aunt. You said you're over it, but if you were, you wouldn't keep bringing it up. It's getting annoying now because I'm still sorry but don't know what to do".
Asking him when you're both in rational state of minds may get a true response from him. If he doesn't give a proper response, then he probably hasn't gotten over the situation, doesn't care, or is using it against you.
Try to take note of the context of the conversation when he brings the moment up. Is he angry, are you two arguing, is he drunk. The context of the conversation will give you good insight.0
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