Okay, I've been with my boyfriend for over a year now and we do live together. We're both 22 and compatible nonetheless. It's just that I've been really stressed lately and I am really moody. Everything my boyfriend does annoys me to death. Not literally everything but close. He is so caring and loving towards me and I do love him. I don't want to be in a relationship with anyone else. I want to have his kids and marry him eternally. It's just that lately I can't knock the little things that are annoying me lately. (Sorry if my thoughts are everywhere, I'm new to this) I love him to death. He is attractive to me but 8 times out of 10 I don't want to be sexually involved. Idk if its the stress or my anxiety. My doctor prescribed crazy pills for my anxiety but I don't think I'm "pre-depressed" she barely listened to me she just prescribed pills immediately. I also have stomach problems and that effects any sexual activity sometimes too. I can't seem to grasp what I really want here. I don't want to leave him but my God he is so annoying and I snap at him on a daily basis. It hurts his feelings I can tell but for whatever reason I can't stop being snappy and mean. Help!
I agree, I think maybe you need time apart because a year is still a young relationship, I'm moved in and been with my partner two years and We get times like this still, because You have to remember you've just put all your life into been with someone when you move in, and so early on your trying to over come issues that arrive with that, while still getting to know each other. Whenever we go through patches like this some time apart eases it. We get agitated at been under each others feet constantly, so time eases that. Even if you just go out with friends a bit more or take days where you see parents ect.
Hi and welcome. The thing about relationships is that it starts off as a conquest and once we get what we want there is a desire to accomplish other things in life. Also there are 2 completely different people living under one roof with varying opinions about how things should be done and each can get on others nerves.
I would suggest not to have this relationship as the center of your universe. Now that you have your soul mate, bring out other parts of your creative side to fullfill all the dreams that you have and want to accomplish in this life.
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