By Anonymous / Thursday 14 March 2019 00:00 /
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By  Angélique Chantal  |  19

Is there a slight possibility you unwilling in some sort of subtext told him that the past boyfriends screwed you up so bad you already think he will do the same?

It’s a mistake I used to make.

The fact he left is only a validation he’s like the others and with that your anxiety grew, I know how difficult it is but try to look at a new partner like a blank slate and only start a conversation like this when the new partner triggers something. Chances are he doesn’t mean to and at that moment he’ll listen better without feeling he’s compared to exes
Oh and don’t dump all of it at once. Also learned that the hard way.

I know easier said than done but good luck!!

By  melisssa87  |  30

Maybe he doesn’t have the capacity to deal with things like that, not everyone does. He can have problems of his own too and together it just gets too much. You should find someone that’s strong enough for you too

By  ojosRojos  |  22

Let him go. For whatever reason, it’s just not the right fit. I had a similar scenario - my ex yelled at me for being depressed all the time. I realized in that moment that he couldn’t truly understand me. Now I’m married to a man who is very supportive and understanding with my mental health struggles. I also see a therapist, because professional help is important too. I hope you get the help and support you need and find someone who is right for you.

By  Leo Gort  |  7

How long were you dating? Did he do something to you that upset you? If not maybe you unloaded so much on him he might have had bad experiences with drama from exes so he didn’t want to be with an insecure woman again. You don’t sound like you are ready to date yet. Talk to someone about it . If you judge all future boyfriends with the past you may never be able to fully trust or love again

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