I told him that he was behaving in an immature way. He felt insulted and stopped talking to me. However, two months later, he was back in my life and we started making marriage plans. Marriage has now become a bait for us to stay together. I still feel he is immature and insecure. He just can’t handle a different viewpoint or opinion.
You have to take a stand where you see yourself in the relationship. It looks like you keep breaking up and mending fences with your guy. If you find your guy immature then you have to decide if you want to be with him. There is no point being with him and then complaining that he is an immature jerk. For starters, try and convince him to change his stand. If he relents, it’s good. If he does not then you are better off without him.
Diana will solve it!
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