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    Went out with my boyfriend the other night and he started arguing when we got in. We often seem to row after a night out. He said some really nasty things, saying I make him mad and it's my fault because I'm so negative, and I'd be on my own crying if it wasn't for him (because I'm a bit of a loner), nobody likes me in work and they prefer him etc. While I was sitting down he stood next to me and threw all the stuff off the table in my direction (bottle of cider, make up, money etc) and i got soaked. He also pretended to square up to me. I feel like he thinks less of me because he's extroverted and I'm not and the only reason he's with me is because it makes him look better (physically, intellectually). I brought it up and he just said sorry but im still hurt over this. Any ideas?
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    cut him off immediately before it gets worse for you. [he seems like a very self-centered person; he doesn't see you as someone to love but rather a nut of his egotistic structure]
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    There much be a reason as to why he was behaving like that or does he do it all the time? To me he sounds like a nasty piece of work you shouldn't stand for it.
 
 
 
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