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how do i stop us from breaking up

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    lissierobposted 8 years ago

    how do i stop us from breaking up

    My boyfriend and i have been together for 3 years now,i piick fights with him over the smallest of things which usually turn into everyday arguments,weare both emotionaly tired and im always apologising because at the end of the day,what i got mad over was not worth arguing over.My boyfriend told me he really loved me that he wants to be with me but he is not happy because he cant be himself around me,that he is affraid the next thing he does will upset me and tht he is no happy but he wants to be be me but hes just really tired,im trying to change but i seem hoples,help,i dnt want to loose hm

  2. Bolthorn profile image54
    Bolthornposted 8 years ago

    If you feel like you have to change, that is not a good point to try to move forward from.  Of the billions of people in this world, there are going to be quite a few with whom you will feel totally at ease and not feel like you have to change who you are.  There are even guys out there with whom picking fights will not be emotionally draining.

  3. nifty@50 profile image75
    nifty@50posted 8 years ago

    Having arguments is part of any healthy relationship! After being married over 25 years you learn which roads not to venture down. The positive thing that I hear is that you take responsibility for being the root cause. I think that counseling may be a good option. There, you will learn ways to argue in a more constructive manner. If your'e both willing to make it work, it will!

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    girlnbooksposted 8 years ago

    list the reasons why you first were originally attracted to that other person. Good luck smile

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    angelidez13posted 8 years ago

    im not kidding im the same way i had to go through counciling to stop it...its because you need that chaos in the relationship you like to argue its a way for you to vent your anger, you need to stop though you need to pick your battles or else you will lose him, i relied on my best friend to help me i just talk about all the things that piss me off about him to her and it really does keep me from yelling at him try it it works

  6. Hendrika profile image81
    Hendrikaposted 7 years ago

    The most important here is that you should find out why you are picking these arguments.Once you know that, you can work on it and even get some help in the form of counseling and stop doing it. This will make it possible for your boyfriend to relax and be himself around you again.

 
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