Our expert says:
Well, there's nothing lovable about these childish reactions to disagreement which you describe. They sound almost like a child's tantrums. But why on earth would you think it could be "all your fault" ? Apparently he can't ( and needs to learn the necessary skills ) or won't ( he has sufficient skills, but can't be bothered to use them ) His behaviour does seem to be manipulative and controlling : apparently it controls and manipulates you into feeling guilty when he chooses to do it. You say it hurts you greatly, which is unjustifiable. It surely shows no respect for you or for your right to have your own opinion or to express them.
And when you ask whether the next time he "breaks up with you" you should jut let him go : this implies that so far your usual response has been to pursue him, to NOT let him go, to struggle to get him back. Maybe he chooses to indulge in these tantrums because he knows you will run after him and try to please him. This is not the behaviour of a "great man".
What do other readers think ?
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