Push him and his things to the curb. Verbal abuse generally leads to physical abuse. You absolutely have to let go of him and move on. Abuse is a no win situation. You need to think about the most important person - yourself!!! Hope it all ends well. Take care and good luck to you.
Dump him. Simple.
kick his *** to the kurb you deserve better
Get out a quick as you can A**H*LES like him do not change. He is probably a bully and control freak, also probably of a very jealous nature, used to having things his own way. Do yourself a big favour..................... get out!
I've had this same problem (without the throwing things), and don't know what to do. Cuss words and vulgarity are the main problem. Should I just try to ignore it? I have told him and he thinks it is normal.
Ray Charles wrote a song about him once.
When behavior crosses the line and becomes abuse, for whatever reason, it is time to end the relationship. Get out before things get more violent.<br />
And, before you start a new relationship, read: The Gift of Fear by Gavin DeBecker. In this book DeBecker, who is an internationally acclaimed threat assessment expert, tells you how to spot dangerous people before you get involved.
Without knowing the details, it sounds like your boyfriend is a candidate for some counseling. If you think that the relationship you have with him is worth saving, then you could help him to come to terms with whatever it is that's driving his anger. This is something he needs to do for his own sake, but he also needs to clearly recognize that his episodic behavior is unacceptable in your relationship with him. If you decide to stay with him, then you need to keep a thought in your mind constantly: An intimate relationship that includes abusiveness is a terrible trap to be caught in and has the potential to wreck your life. You can't let him hurt you.
get any thing of your that he has back and ask him over for a final dinner. do not tell him that his parents and siblings are in the other room, do not tell him his boss and co workers are there , and his friends, and some of yours, and you know some people who could easyliey bet him up with out breaking a sweat. have all of them in another room an serve him some thing you no he hates to eat and let him go wild and say man you sure are lucky no one knows tjhis is how you realy treat me and when every on walks out and he sees that they all know the truth you will be so happy you will cry tears that feel like god has blessed you.
Leave now......verbal abuse and throwing things is not accepatble from either partner
Sent him to the corner!
Time to move on. If you think it will get better then you are naive. In time it will turn into him blameing you for everything and he will really get violent. Dont be foolish enough to think YOU can change HIM because it wont happen. My Best.
Leave him. Thats all you can do before he hurts you...
HI shellybj123<br />
Why are you even asking?<br />
The only response to abuse is no - throwing things will end in you getting hit by them which is really him hitting you isn't it. So tell him no and tell him to get help or leave but whatever no more abuse.<br />
Boyfriend is a sort of test drive anyway. Do not let him train you to accept abuse.<br />
Best wishes<br />
Kick his sorry *** out the door, change your locks, Adios Bozo. See Ya later aligator, Good bye *** Hole. Verbal abuse is the same as physical abuse plus it's worse.
Leave now. The cycle of abuse often starts with verbal outbursts and escalates. Get out before he hurts you. If he hurts you he does not love you.