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My Boyfriend is very snappy!!

6 answers
2 years ago
my boyfriend gets mad easy! its like he has the mood swings! SERIOUSLY!! :O i mean it makes me feel like the bad person when most times i dont even do nothing!! i have attempted to talk to him about it but he juz gets all lovey dovey nd all kissy kissy, nd avoids it all! so i juz completely stop talking nd just ignore him for a while! i mean why cant he just grow up? he isgoin to be a father! i think thats the whole reason he acting up, im not to sure tho! please i need sum advice on this!

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2 years ago
You need to have a serious conversation about his behavior. If he won't talk to you alone you may need to see a therapist.
2 years ago
My husband has PTSD,if your husband was in the army or had any tramatic memories then he could be suffering from it to.It can make them a little grouchy or depressed. You should try to talk to him or talk him into going to a therapist.
2 years ago
i so know what you mean my boyfriend is the same way!! and in the end when im crying he feels bad and says sorry and that he didnt mean it!! so you just need 2 talk 2 him before its 2 late i already did but not workinq yet..?
2 years ago
i so know what you mean my boyfriend is the same way!! and in the end when im crying he feels bad and says sorry and that he didnt mean it!! so you just need 2 talk 2 him before its 2 late i already did but not workinq yet..?
2 years ago
i talke3d to him!! nd my opinion on the conversation we had! its liike he is not ready nd trying hard to be ready for our son to come! but im hopeN he gets his act together  soon!
11 months ago
I know what you mean, I was in your position!charter

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