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I do not know what to do anymore...>.>

Published on October 4, 2012 by justwaitingforit91

I have been dating this just for almost 2 years in October 6th, we have arguments that makes us drive away from each other. Yet we manage to talk and make continue. I do not know what to do anymore. He believes I am cheating on him, because I did not message him, and he is very insecure about me talking to guys or guys randomly calling me out of nowhere.

**We had a issue when we first started that, I was getting over my ex and my ex got involved and the it messed up the relationship. Ever since then it's been blah and it's mostly my fault as well doing what I was not suppose to be doing**

That is over a year ago and I haven't done anything for him to question anything about me, yeah my ex messages me and talks to me once in a blue but that doesn't necessary mean I want to be back with him and all. Due to the fact, I didn't response him on time he is questioning me and doubting me and then message me saying,“oh go be safe, and be dirty just don’t infect me.” I find that quite degrading and it shows how much he apparently respects me. Then he comes with saying, “Oh I don’t want to speak to you anymore etc,” and the next day he will be messaging me, like nothing happened.
I can only take so much, I just don’t know what to do. I need advice, should he get his act together or just leave him because I can do better. I do not know and mind you we are 5 years older than me, figured he would act more mature than this. =/


Too much drama...get rid of him. I was drowning in a drama-filled relationship and wasted 8 yrs. of my life trying to "make it work." Please, do yourself a favor and don't make the same mistake I did. Just move on, you won't regret it! Good luck and God bless.

It sounds like your partner has a jealousy problem. If you want to stay in the relationship, make sure not to get defensive when he gets jealous but do set boundaries and be upfront and honest with him. Notice the way that you participate in the arguments you two have and try some different responses.

Ultimately, you get to decide if it's in your best interests to stay in the relationship-- there is no guarantee that he will get over his jealousy.

Best Wishes, Susie and Otto