Leave him. He's not even your husband yet. Its natural for girls to be insecure especially if she really loves the guy. You simply want an assurance. If he can't understand that and answer that as nice as possible, leave him. Don't worry, he'll come after you once he realizes that. You can also explain it to him but that all you can do.
If he keeps it up, drop him. If it was a one-time thing, let it slide
He just didn't pick the right words and hell picking enough made it worse...studies is hard so i know that he keep thinking about you when he is not busy with studies...i know it hurts when don't get the right reply as saying i love you pretty much then you think...would make you feel much better...whatever make you happy is the thing that you should pick.
If that will make you like feel much better...so try and wish you two best of luck.
You are welcome:).
I guess he just doesn't like you as much as you like him. So I will say please don't place so much emotions or rely so much on him for validation, he might hurt you when he cannot do it.<br />
If he seriously did things to hurt your feelings or physically, I think you can consider to break up with him for not able cater for your feelings and be there for you emotionally when you needed supports.<br />
1. I'm not your family<br />
2. If he isn't feeling the same way you need to calm down.<br />
3. It's been 4 months, he might be bored or just not on the same level yet.<br />
4. Calm down
He sounds like a douche. No offense.
I think it's exactly why you stick around with him; because he uses the tactic of "good boyfriend"/"d-bag jerk" to keep you guessing.<br />
Think about it: would you ever want to really be with someone that was just nice all of the time? Equally, who wants to be with a total douchebag all of the time?<br />
This fine gentleman is striking that critical balance of being a good guy and a total ***. You like it more than you know.<br />
I'm just going to answer, though I have to agree with the comments, you do seem like you're fishing for comments, but eh, you may not be :) I don't think you should ba<x>se one sentence on the phone as a reason to break up. Now, if those past related issues bother you, then you should break up with him before you become scarred by another experience.
You are clingy and he probably wanted to get you to back off.
it was probably a joke. i dont think its a good reason to break up. but it was a bit d-bagish.
do you mind if i ask what it is. it could of been. i remember making a joke when my ex and one of my friends were talking about how great it is to have someone you love and can talk to. i said yeah i hope i find that person. but i was joking. but i always told her i was joking when we were alone.