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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Well I can't say the same for him, even so that wouldn't be enough for me to stay!

    haha

    If he had a 10 incher you probably would.
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    stop initiating the break up. say it with your chest with might and power 'its over'.

    he's playing as if he's hardheaded so you have to say it straight as it is.
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    (Original post by Elise213)
    stop initiating the break up. say it with your chest with might and power 'its over'.

    he's playing as if he's hardheaded so you have to say it straight as it is.
    I have, and th next day he will text me or come to me like nothing happened and if I continue putting my foot down he becomes more clingy.
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    I've been with my boyfriend since July 2016 and feel like the relationship isn't going anywhere.

    This "relationship" ...I feel like I'm not even in one because we only see eachother on weekends he hardly takes me out on dates anymore we just mainly stay home and watch movies now.

    -He says he has a hard time opening up to me.
    - we haven't said I loves you
    - I feel no bond with him
    - he says he likes me more than I like him
    - he puts in all the effort
    - I can go on days without seeing or talking to him and I won't miss him


    Everytime I initiate a breakup, he doesn't get it. He pretends like I never even said anything. One time I broke up with him in person and he chased me around not letting me go home, people in public got scared for me, he's gotten physical where he pushed on the ground because he didn't want me to leave his house, slams and breaks stuff when we have a little disagreement. The last time I tried breaking up with him at his house in person he got up walked away so I couldn't even have that convo with him.

    Question is... This relationship isn't going anywhere, I haven't done anything for him really, why is it so hard for him to accept a break up. He can get girls, he was just in a relationship 7 months before me?
    Are you his side ***** ?? :/
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Well I can't say the same for him, even so that wouldn't be enough for me to stay!
    ...then don't.

    When he rings you ignore it. File it to the police, which I'd never say but clearly he is dangerous, a stalker, and mental. You're a step away from being in an abusive relationship because as you described it is how women who have escaped actual abuse describe their relationships...

    sounds more like you're keeping him around instead tbh
 
 
 
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