We have been together for four years....Everytime my boyfriend gets mad at me he will break up with me. I'm 21 and he's 23 years old. Then when he's over it or I call him, we will be fine and just resume how we were. And when we are good we are really good. There's good stuff that I love about him, he does a lot for me and is really generous towards me and everyone. But when he getrs annoyed or mad at something, which he is very easily annoyed at things and the smallest things will get to him which i hate! I remember a year ago him telling me "you know we are never gunna break up for good" so what is that supposed to mean ? that you can just break up with me everytime your mad and it's okay? i don't think so, but I keep putting up with it...i think i do because I am afraid to lose hime because one time i broke up with him and told him to leave me alone dont ask for me back nothing,,,and he did just that. we dodn't talk for two months! nothing! and i was so hurt crying all the time. and then we got back together and i made him promise me he wouldnt do that to me again. So now i think Im afraid that is going to happen. And when he's in a good mood with me he is sooo loving and i let him know that he cant hurt me like that anymore n breaking up with me isnt the right answer to everything...and he will say sorry he just gets frustrated but he really does love me and he is going ot try and be better. He doesnt say that all the time, he only said that the last time we argued. I don't know what to do. he broke up with me last night saying I need to grow up and I am annoying him, when really HE IS ANNOYED BY EVERYTHING. Im not immature and Im not annoying,but it seems liek everything i say pisses him off! SO i started crying n just said alright instead of trying to beg him...this time I feel like I can't do it anymore even tho after a couple of days I probably will feel like I need to see him or call him...what should I do :(
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