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Boyfriends not happy, what should I do? watch

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    I need relationship advice, my boyfriends not happy with just general life and with me too. I'm trying my hardest to make him happy but I know he's not.
    I don't think I can do anything to make him happy and I fear (I know) we are going to break up soon and there's nothing I can do.

    I love him and will miss him, alls I want to do is make him happy.
    He's also blowing really hot and cold, it's like he's waiting to break up but is too scared. He says he doesn't want to break up but doesn't know what to do.

    This is really getting me down, if I'm unhappy about something I am too scared to open my mouth because I know it will cause a massive argument and turn into something. A recent example, we had a good day and an argument over something so silly like the tv, led into something massive. Him saying he's not happy and he doesn't think we get along.

    It's like every little argument we have is my fault, maybe I do start them by complaining about little things, but I am trying to make it work so hard. I think he thinks relationships are perfect as he's said numerous times 'I am sometimes happy, but I am sometimes not', I've tried to explain that this is normal but he doesn't listen.

    We don't see eachother very often but when we do, we bicker. I know it's mainly my fault but I find it hard to just sit there if the one day a week where we see eachother I go and he plays on his Xbox for an hour and expects me to just sit and watch 🙄 This is only an example of the lil petty things we bicker about.

    Shall I learn to shut up or shall I break up with him???
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    A relationship that consists of arguments is an unhealthy one. Yes, I know it’s hard to let go of somebody that means a lot to you, but your bond obviously isn’t the same as it once was. Maybe consider some distance, take some time to think about if you’d like to take the relationship further, and then talk to him about your feelings.
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    (Original post by Anxn_Blr_)
    A relationship that consists of arguments is an unhealthy one.
    no.
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    (Original post by Anxn_Blr_)
    A relationship that consists of arguments is an unhealthy one.
    Nonsense.
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    Why are you with him if you appear to just argue all the time?

    Whilst many couples do argue, arguing that often isn't healthy imo.
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    Try harder.
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    (Original post by num.7)
    no.
    yes.
 
 
 
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