Does your boyfriend try to break up with you whenever you have a disagreement?
Is this emotionally exhausting? Are you sick and tired of your arguments spiralling out of control like this?
Do you want to know how to improve your relationship, so you can disagree in a more healthy way in the future? (Disagreements are inevitable in relationships, after all).
If so, you’re in the right part of the internet, my friend ;).
In this guide, we’ll look at 13 reasons why your partner might be acting this way, plus some ideas for how to address it.
First off, let me say if a man is acting this way, there’s a chance he’s doing dodgy things behind your back. We’ll learn more about why that is in the guide itself. But, if you want to know what your man is doing when you’re not around, I’d recommend downloading this online communications tracker.
Assuming you know a few of this guy’s basic details, this tool will be able to discreetly bridge with his digital devices and begin sending you information based on his communications.
You’ll be able to find out what people he’s contacting, what smartphone and tablet apps he’s using, what online services he’s active on...and a whole lot more.
If he is up to suspicious stuff with other women, this tool will make it clear. And there’s no way of him finding out he is being tracked.
I’m not saying every guy who is quick to break up with you is a bad guy. I’m not even saying here’s the wrong guy for you. But it’s important for you to know the truth about where his head is at, especially in this situation.
With that said, let’s now explore why a man might react so extremely to disagreements with his partner.
Why did he break up with me again? That’s the question resonating in the minds of many ladies in the same situation. Well, one of the reasons could be fear, they know how strongly they feel about their significant others and worry it isn’t reciprocal.
This could make them anxious leading to unnecessary outbursts and then breakup. The irony is they are scared of losing someone so important to them that they run when they see an opening.
Some men can be manipulative! In fact, many have mastered the art of keeping you exactly where they need you, at their mercy. This often arises when they feel what they have done will implicate them, so they blackmail you into feeling terrible and then threaten to leave. You find yourself coming back to beg for forgiveness because you truly love and care for him and don’t want him to leave.
It can be difficult to take correction especially if he feels he isn’t at fault. In times like this, he will revert to building up his defenses and trying to break up with you. Of course, he doesn’t mean it, he just reacted immaturely in the heat of the moment.
If you’re dating someone, that takes maturity and understanding, he can’t use the same method he relates with his guy friends to relate with you. He has to know that both of you will fight and disagree. But it takes patience, wisdom, and communication to get on the same page again.
A boyfriend that doesn’t have emotional maturity will have a difficult time not only sustaining a relationship but staying even in heated arguments. Good luck telling him this, he’ll probably throw another fit.
Anxiety leaves us making mistakes that we shouldn’t make. Some men get anxious that things are not going okay so their first resort is to call it off. He doesn’t mean it but he’s anxious, angry, and probably isn’t thinking straight.
Love avoidance is a certain behavioral pattern some humans have. It is influenced by experiences growing up. Avoidant people tend to be more into themselves, they hate confrontations and will run when an argument gets overwhelming for them.
If your boyfriend keeps breaking up with you, he’s most likely an avoidant person. Try communicating with him when you are both happy. These are patterns that can change.
“He broke up with me just when I was about to apologize,” If I gave a penny for every time I heard that! You see, guys can’t read your mind, and they don’t like processing their feelings either. Running is easy, it’s why it’s the first response to an altercation. Instead of getting to the bottom of things, he would rather make the dreadful announcement and walk away.
Does your boyfriend explode and throw a fit when he’s angry? That’s probably how he expresses his frustrations. Those explosive thoughts could lead him to break up with you; it’s an outlet for him to express that he’s really upset. He probably doesn’t know any other way to do that and breaking up is the only option in his mind at the time.
He is scared that you would leave him so he tries to do that before you. Insecurity can cause issues in relationships; it leads to fights and sometimes the partners may not realize it’s an insecurity problem. Have a conversation with your partner on what makes him leave and come back. He might open up to you about his insecurities.
In a case where the relationship has hit the rocks, he will come back because he doesn’t want to be alone. Regardless of how toxic the bond is, he will always come back. Next time he comes back, ask him what exactly he wants and why he chooses to remain if he’s so unhappy.
Frustrated that he doesn't pay you as much attention as he used to?
This is one of the most common issues our female readers face.
The number #1 factor that causes men to behave this way is actually relatively easy to change with a few subtle things you can say to him today.
Watch this free video (click on the link to watch) that my friend recorded which explains how you can become his priority!
Once issues are not ironed out, both parties could harbor differences and bitterness from what was said in the last argument. Dating expert Yangki Christine advises couples against reconciliation before addressing the issues that caused the arguments. It is important to communicate and solve the issues before making up again.
Some partners do this unknowingly; they are oblivious to the fact that they keep breaking up and coming back. For them, it’s just a walk in the park. Psychologist Dr. Gail Saltz states that adults tend to pick up these patterns from their parents.
They are used to seeing an ‘on and off relationship’ and it shapes their thought patterns more than they would like to believe. It’s important to have a conversation with your partner so he knows this is something he does a lot.
Guys in happy relationships would always want to fight to make it work. No matter the differences, reminiscing on how good you both are together will set him back on a trajectory to your heart.
Maybe he did feel fed up and done, but he keeps trying because he believes that you both can figure it out. It takes two partners to make a union work, so the two of you have to have a deep conversation about how to iron things out. It’s the only way this annoying break-up cycle may end. Good luck.
If your boyfriend keeps breaking up with you it means he’s trying to make it work. Relationships are not easy but if he keeps coming back, there is something he’s fighting to restore.
It’s not healthy being in a relationship with constant fights and arguments. It will be best to have a conversation about where the relationship is heading and if it’s working for both of you.
Arguments are good for couples but too many arguments can be bad. If a couple argues all the time it gives room for resentment and lack of understanding.
He does this because he doesn’t want to be alone, he would rather remain in an unhappy relationship than be by himself. It is a self-esteem problem.
There are no definite rules for love and relationships, so there is a possibility that people who broke up years before can get back together years later. It all depends on how strong their feelings are and the willingness to make the relationship work.
It can be bewildering when your boyfriend keeps breaking up with you after every argument. You might even be tempted not to take him back. Remember, communication is key, and once in a while. Try seeing it from his point of view. Nevertheless, if it becomes toxic, don’t hesitate to walk right out. Good luck.
I hope these tips will help give you a better understanding of the situation. I would love to know your thoughts so If you enjoyed reading this, kindly share it and leave a comment below.
Do you hate it how everything seems to always revolve round him while you just seem to be an afterthought sometimes?
We hear this all the time from women that contact us asking for help with their relationship.
The thing is that which causes men to behave this way is actually something how men are wired. Once you understand how this works, it's relatively easy to change with a few subtle things you can say to him today.
My friend uploaded a quick video which you can watch here (click on the link to watch) where he explains how you can turn this behavior around!