Recently, I've found myself often getting angry at my boyfriend for no particular reason. We've been great - we have great communication, we work well together, and we understand each other, but sometimes I get angry at him. I thought the stress and anger came from school work, but I've realized that I can't really put my finger down on what I'm angry at. I feel bad for getting angry, and sometimes I figure it's because I want more attention from him and he gives it to me - but why do I still get angry? I know I get jealous easily when I see him with other girls but I know they're just friends and he explains to me that he loves me, but why do I get jealous so easily? I try to control it, but I don't know what gets me every time I see him with other close friends of his that are girls. Why am I always angry for no reason, and why at my boyfriend? What's wrong with me? How can I fix it? This isn’t a really big problem, but it’s the small problems each day that add up to make it overwhelming.
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