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I'm scared to break up...

So I have been with my boyfriend for over 2 and a half years... we both have been through tons together but over a year ago I made the decision that I didn't feel like I loved him anymore... he wasn't supportive of me when I had anorexia, I then was diagnosed with pre cervical cancer and still he wasn't supportive. It was all about weed. It's been way over a year and iv tried to ignore these signs. But is this what's causing my anxiety? The fact I'm pushing myself to be with someone who doesn't help me and has different interests to me etc. I'm scared of breaking up with him... I'm also scared of the after math or how he could react...
Category: Anxiety 4 years ago
Analienthing
Asked 4 years ago

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Well ive never been in a relationship but if hes not going to be supportive of you and all he cares about is weed id leave him I don't know you but it sounds like you have enough to worry about in your life you don't want a pathetic boyfriend on top of every thing else that's not good for your health you need to focus on you right now and worry about your health I wouldn't worry about what he might do to you and don't be afraid to get cops involved if he would try anything
EmilyJK
Answered 4 years ago
EmilyJK

you should do what you feel is right, even if it's scary and new. Don't let fear hinder you from doing what you want to do. :)
Barrocco
Answered 4 years ago
Barrocco

You need to go ahead and end it. Staying in a relationship where you don't love the person could be keeping you from finding the person you do love. I was in a relationship where my boyfriend was so mean to me. He wanted me to look and act a certain way and if I didn't he would be mad. I'm not the type to put up with that but with him I felt helpless. I didn't want to leave him I got out when I did. I was heartbroken for a long time. I wold cry until my whole body felt numb because I missed him. But then I met the love of my life. He helped me see that the relationship I had before him was not worth fighting for. He made me see that I am worth more than I had been told. He coaches me through my anxiety attacks and holds me afterwards. That's the type of person you want. One who not only supports you during tough times in your life, but helps you through it. You need someone who considers your problems to be their problems as well. You deserve that and you will find it. But if the person you're with now isn't that person, it's best to let them go. Best wishes!
riverbat97
Answered 4 years ago
riverbat97

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