Should I leave my boyfriend house immediately?!

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My bf broke his arm so I’ve been looking after him. I’ve been with him for weeks 24/7 so we’ve kinda been arguing a lot anyways today we argued about something really petty ‘contraception and the effects on women’ and it really got to me I don’t him to leave me alone and not speak to me so I stayed in the spare room. After about 6 hours he comes to tell me he’s going to his friends house for ‘company and to chill’ I said you have company here! He said well I told him to leave me alone so he basically don’t.

Anyways his friends haven’t came and checked on him since his car accident but he’s going there to chill with them when he came out of surgery a week ago!! I said to him have some shame they didn’t even come see you.

I’ve been here 3/4 weeks and I’m going home tomorrow I said to him can’t you wait till tomorrow because I’m going then he just said to stop speaking.

Should I just leave today? Because wtf.
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you should report you bf for not following lockdown rules...
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Anonymous #1
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(Original post by black tea)
you should report you bf for not following lockdown rules...
They’re in his social bubble snd I’m his career atm.
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Social bubbles are for those who live alone.
You’re staying with him so he doesn’t live alone.
You’ve been going to dump him for the past week. Why are you still there?
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(Original post by GabiAbi84)
Social bubbles are for those who live alone.
You’re staying with him so he doesn’t live alone.
You’ve been going to dump him for the past week. Why are you still there?
He lives alone. I’m careering for him!
Dump him? Huh?
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(Original post by Anonymous)
He lives alone. I’m careering for him!
Dump him? Huh?
Caring for him doesn't exclude you from counting as part of his household, so he can't go to his mates.
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He lives alone. I’m careering for him!
Dump him? Huh?
Caring him for him by living in his house means that he no longer lives alone and therefore shouldn’t be forming a “support bubble” with his mates.

Yes for over a week now you’ve been posting about how he’s kicked you out three times, how he’s getting calls in the middle of the night from “mates” and how you’re not attracted to him anymore and that you don’t know if you want to be with him anymore...
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Yeah it's steak or chicken, not both.
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Anonymous #2
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you're wayyyyyyy too nice
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That unacceptable, even in a bad situation he shouldn’t do that, and his mates are ***** obviously.
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(Original post by Lilian.K)
That unacceptable, even in a bad situation he shouldn’t do that, and his mates are ***** obviously.
Honestly I feel so upset.
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Girl you have every right to feel like this. He’s an *******. Go home in the morning
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So he left the house after you had an argument? Sounds like a reasonable guy.
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So he left the house after you had an argument? Sounds like a reasonable guy.
I’ve been looking after him for a long time he should t leave there’s many places in the house he could be in even staying in the space room. I’m going tomorrow the most respectful thing to do is not go to your friends house when I’m here.
It wasn’t a heated argument I just told him to leave me alone and don’t come in the room
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Is this the person who takes phone calls during the night in the thread earlier?
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I’ve been looking after him for a long time he should t leave there’s many places in the house he could be in even staying in the space room. I’m going tomorrow the most respectful thing to do is not go to your friends house when I’m here.
It wasn’t a heated argument I just told him to leave me alone and don’t come in the room
So your problem is that he left you too alone?
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Is this the person who takes phone calls during the night in the thread earlier?
Yup.

There’s only a few people I can think of that gets work phone calls through the night, one of them are doctors...
The others are not so honourable a profession...
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Anonymous #1
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(Original post by Theloniouss)
So your problem is that he left you too alone?
No it’s the fact that I came out of my way left my family to look after him for 3 weeks! For him to go to his friends house to chill for hours
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