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Anonymous #1
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this is long sorry
starting to get triggered over dumb things now, i just feel as if i am complaining so much in my relationship but some things my bf says make me go crazy and i start crying my eyes out. it hurts so much i wish i didnt care, is there a way i can manage these triggers ? ive tried my best to identify them but i feel as if they're getting worse and becoming more specific so i cant explain it, he triggered me a bit yesterday and i confronted him about it and he said he was sorry, thats fine but now he said smth else and its set me off, i gave him dead replies but im not sure as if hes noticed and tbh i dont think he wont, i cant be bothered to confront him i feel as if he thinks im being dramatic but i dont know what to do
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Anonymous #2
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Honestly u hv to speak to him
U hv to sit n explain calmly to him, if he loves u he will surely understand ur feelings n the points ur tying to make
But also on the other hand u should listen to his points n rake to consideration
I’ve been through those tough times too
If ur rlly wanting to stay in this relationship ups n downs happen but eventually it does get better
If it doesn’t then I’m guessing u should stop otherwise it can become toxic
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