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It's okay to worry and it's good you can see when you're crossing the line. Put yourself in his shoes; would you like it if your partner texted you all the time wondering where you are? How would you view your partner if he always did that? What I do is if I really want to text my boyfriend but I feel like a nuisance, I type the text out and then just shut off my phone. I texted it out and got it out of me, but he will never see it. You'll be surprised at how it can help.
However, if you're constantly worrying about him cheating, you're putting your relationship at stake and you're hardly enjoying your time together if you're always anxious. If he cheats, he cheats. Worrying about it all the time will not prevent it, if anything, it'd probably push him away and make him do it. You need to talk to him about how you feel and explain yourself. Then maybe you two could work out ways in which you could worry less and he'll still be happy. One way to do this could be when he's out, he can text you regularly about what's going on.
If you've been going out for like less than a month then you can't really expect him to say he loves you back. If you've been together for like 5 months or around that, then you should ask him why he doesn't say it back. That's a worrying sign. Boyfriends should say it back and just randomly say that they love you before you do. Maybe you're not trusting him because you're sensing he doesn't love you back. Your relationship doesn't sound healthy to me tbh.0
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