confused2122 Posted August 12, 2017 Share Posted August 12, 2017 I've been with my boyfriend for 1-2 years, and in many ways, he's absolutely great. However, the moodiness has become more and more frequent throughout the relationship and often it'll come on for no reason at all. Last week he got stupidly drunk on a night out and hadn't contacted me for a day beforehand, I ended up getting hold of him after his friend contacted me concerned and he'd got out of a taxi 15 miles away and was vomiting/unable to properly communicate. I ended up sorting him out and the next day he was apologetic over text but when I went to see him, he found it funny. I asked him to keep in contact with me next time, and for him to try not get into that state again as it concerns me. He then snapped at me accusing me of getting drunk on nights out so it's "rich" coming from me and then went in a mood for the rest of the night. I only see him once a week so I tried over the space of 5 hours to get him to talk to me but he lay there and refused to speak to me and went to sleep. The next morning, he was very apologetic. He's going through a really stressful time at the moment but it's happened pretty consistently over the past few months, and I've just got back from another night where exactly the same thing has happened and he told me that it was my fault that he was in a mood and refused to speak to me even though I hadn't done anything wrong. I had just got a place to do a PhD yesterday so I was over the moon, only to turn up at his house and for him to be in a mood with me; so I now just feel depressed. Don't get me wrong, he's so lovely most of the time and I'm happy when he's like that. But I just don't know what to do as we're supposed to be renting somewhere together and I don't want to come home everyday to this. Any advice would be really appreciated. He's also nearly 30, so it's not as if I can hope that he'll mature. Link to comment
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