me and my boyfriend have recently got together we've been together officially three weeks and dated three weeks before that.
Trouble is he thinks I'm cheating on him when I'm not.
He consistently starts arguments when there's no need to. If I'm on a night out and don't text him back I receive aggressive texts telling me I can shag who I like and to f off.
He's recently told me he thinks I'm cheating even tho I'm not. It doesn't seem to matter what I say he won't listen.
To make it worse he hasn't spent any time with me recently and the effort he puts in is minimal. What's worse is two weeks ago the relationship was great we spent time together and we are always happy when we do...but I'm at the stage of giving up its doing my head in. Can anyone tell me how to handle this situation?
I do like and care about him and I appreciate that trust is earned but its unbearable
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Hmmm it sounds kinda like my ex. The same thing has happened with me sister too her bloke was the same. These kind of men do for some strange reason, tend to be a lot more jealous and possessive than others. I think it's a mixture between some kind of whacked out commitment issue and a bit of personal insecurity. It's almost like they want you to constantly be around or something and they worry like mad whenever you're away or having fun spending time with your own friends.
Have you tried to talk to him about it yet in any detail? If he kicks off about it then it's kinda obvious he's absolutely convinced you're playing away. Where is his trust in you? I mean it's a big part of any relationship trust is and building it up; and it seems to me that if he's adamant that you're cheating on him after such a short time of being together then he's probably convinced himself somehow. I'd try and talk with him in depth about it if you can. But if he won't give you the time of day to discuss the matter with you or if he starts an argument about it, then that's his prerogative. Personally I'd take matters further especially when you can see the faults that you should BOTH be aware of and working out together.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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