Confused girl

by Gina
(Lebanon beirut)

Hello. i'v been with my boyfriend for 14 months and i love him deeply, more than anything in the world, and he loves me too. he's everything i ever wanted.

for the past few weeks I've been very angry, very stressed, very forgetful of things and just tired from school and work. he understands that but it took a toll on our relationship and i would end up saying stuff without thinking. i dunno whats wrong with me. i feel different but my love for him hasn't and it never did. but he just snapped from my attitude saying, lately i feel like you wanna own me and not love me, and your being angry and burning everything around you. and because i know this, i wanna get away from you and hearing my boyfriend talk like this broke my heart.

i don't wanna hurt him. i love him and i know he loves me. as much as i miss him i don't wanna make him feel like this. i cant live with that. what should i do please help me?

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