I have been with my boyfriend for 2 years and he has financially helped me a lot. But I have been miserable for a year and a half of our relationship, we argue about stupid, small things. We just aren't good together anymore. I love him as a person but I am not in love with him anymore, he tries to control me and is not supportive. I have very serious anxiety and depression but he does not understand at all, be thinks I can just get over it. It has become so bad that I had to drop out of college because the anxiety was making me so sick I could not make it to class. He got very angry at me for that. I have felt alone for a long time now and I have wanted to get away for awhile now. I recently met this guy who is the sweetest and funniest human I have ever met and he makes me happier than I have ever been. I feel so guilty about falling in love with this new guy and I don't know what to do. Any advice would be helpful, I just need someone unbiased to talk to.
MistressHollow MistressHollow
22-25, F
1 Response Sep 16, 2015

Sometimes good relationships burn out, and sometimes good people grow apart. There is no reason to stay in a relationship just for the sake of staying. Do you want to stay? Does it give more than it takes? Is it right to be with one guy wishing he was somebody else instead? What's best for you?