About three weeks ago my boyfriend started behaving like a jerk to me, always arguing and being inconsiderate.
One day, I went to my best friends house (he's a guy and he likes me) to hang out and clear my head, since it got a bit too late for me to walk home alone so I slept over.
Because my friend suffers from back problems and I suffer from shoulder problems (I was with an abusive guy before this one) and he kind of ruined it but oh well.
Anyway, there was no spear bed and the only thing to sleep on (other than his bed) was a really hard and uncomfortable sofa, so, I topped and tailed with my friend.
I told my boyfriend the next day and a few days later he called for a break, it's been 2 weeks now and the whole time he's been horrible to me, just being nasty, my friends are saying to end it but I don't know, what should I do?
Most Helpful Guy
Well I will say this much. Those are some very odd series' of events that ultimately led you to sleep over at a guys house who wasn't your boyfriend. And the guy is interested in you as well. For me I'll say this is lots of bad choices if trust is what you were looking for in your relationship. There are some situations I just wouldn't put myself in out of common courtesy and respect for my partner. I'd imagine your boyfriend feels the same way. If he's insecure multiply that times 100. That could be why you're getting a bad reaction off him. I certainly would not trust you at that point but you may get lucky and get a second chance off him if that's what you want. And regardless of what really happened your boyfriend won't know because he wasn't physically there to witness it so it becomes speculatory. That is what he's having trouble with. Hope the best for you0
Most Helpful Girl
You should read my last question about breaks in relationship, and everyone else's answers. To sum it up, it's basically over and implies an immature mindset and inability to deal with issues in a relationship. I would end it, especially if he's treating you like shit, it's not worth it0