Guilt about dating

Instead, he will blame you for pushing him to such an extreme point.

If he cheats on you, he will excuse his infidelity because "you made him insecure in the relationship" by innocently talking to someone else.

I always take it out and you never do." Then, he'll go onto add that he does all the housework and doesn't ever ask you to do anything.

He always expects things in return when he does favors for you and you can't remember the last time he did something simply out of the goodness or his own heart or to help you out.

If he insults you, he will say he only insulted you because you insulted him first.

If he breaks up with you in the heat of the moment, he will not apologize.

Whenever you get in fights, he always acts as though he'd never hurt you the way that you hurt him and makes you into some sort of monster that you're clearly not.

Either way, they're bad news and it's a good idea to steer clear of them for your own sake.

Whenever you do something he doesn't like or whenever you want to do something that isn't what he wants to do, he compares you to other people.

For example, if you tell him that you don't want to stay in and watch movies on a Friday night, he might say things like, "well, my ex and I used to stay in and watch movies and we always had a blast," or "my ex used to make compromises when she knew I was tired from a long week of work even if she didn't want to." He endlessly tries to make you feel guilty for not doing what he wants to do by comparing you to people that "always" did what he wanted to do.

You suspect your boyfriend has been texting his ex-girlfriend behind your back. Therefore, you confront him about him and let him know how much he hurt you.

So, you check his phone and go through his messages. Of course, he overreacts and refuses to take responsibility for anything or acknowledge your pain.

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