ANSWERS: 2
  • It depends. If you haven't done so already, you need to tell him, in no uncertain terms, that his behaviour is over the line for you. If he is aware of that and continues to do it anyway, then clearly the relationship between the two of you will not work.
    • PainPoplet
      But I found out by stalking his activities using his email without his consent. It is obviously messing with his privacy. I'm really scared to tell him because when he found out the way I knew about this, it will ruin everything... I love him so much too..
    • bostjan64
      Without trust, you can't have a healthy relationship. It seems like you don't trust him and maybe you expect him not to trust you. That's potentially going to be a big problem for the two of you, if not now, then soon. I'd suggest coming out with the truth and trying to understand why he does the bahaviours you don't like. If you can work through it honestly, then the relationship you build on that foundation should be one worth your time, otherwise, well, there are plenty of single people and I'm sure there's one out there who is more compatible with you.
  • You don't trust him or your wouldn't have snooped on his phone. 3 years might seem like a lot to you, but its nothing compared to the rest of your life in pain because he doesn't care enough about you to treat you the way you want to be treated. You're obviously young and haven't learned how to be in a relationship yet. You need to make a list of what you want in a partner and don't invest your heart until you find someone who feels the same way. Don't jump into sex. Find out who he is first! Make sure he meets your requirements and don't settle for less than you deserve. If you're not willing to share sexual partners make that clear from the beginning. And don't snoop. You most likely won't like what you find if you do. Just ask. If you can't trust them move on. There are plenty of others out there who will treat you right. Take your time and get to know them before investing your heart.

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