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  1. Have you asked her to stop? Have you had a real conversation about how her words are affecting you? Not just “hey, Stop.” But something like, “these comments are really hurtful and i would appreciate it if you stopped. I dont find them funny and feel disrespected.”

    Based on her reaction to that is when you decide if she is worth staying with. If she apologizes and stops, great. Chalk it up to her finding your boundaries. If she doubles down then end it right then and there. The abuse will continue and only get worse.

    Godspeed.

  2. Honestly if he’s this overt and unapologetic he might be too far gone. However if you were to try to salvage the relationship I’d say focus on where this insecurity is coming from. Going back and forth about how you behave around guys is pretty surface level, the root of the problem lies with him and whatever is driving the insecurity.

    Until he feels secure enough to trust you and/or respects you enough to let you on-line in a world with men then the problem isn’t going to go away. If it’s a trust/insecurity issue don’t fight over what he’s trying to micromanage you on, reassure him that he can trust you and that you care about him.

    If you can focus on the feeling that’s driving this behavior and help him address it in a healthy way, then hopefully you can get past this. However if he’s not willing to introspect or accept that just because he’s uncomfortable it doesn’t mean he gets to tell other people what to do, then it’s not going to improve and he’ll likely need to grow on his own. If that’s the case it is best to get out unless you want a partner who doesn’t trust you and will continue to restrict you.

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