Our expert says:
One of the warnings that should be poseted widely on bill-boards is : Be VERY cautious about entering a relationship when either party has recently broken up another relationship.
And although the person you meet may have been the entirely innocent party, they are more likely to have habits and behaviours that were at least part of the reason for their divorce or break-up.
And if his "issues" persist, then he needas professional help to work through them.
And as soon as your pal starts telling you what you can and cannot do, or who you can or cannot see, refuse to accept such over-control.
All you say confirms that he was not and is not yet ready to form any other relationship, and needs to see his own counsellor and sort out his stuf.
Meanwhile, for you to be weeping so much over a relationship you must have known from the start was dodgy and chancy, is unrealistic too, and suggests you may benefit from seeing your own counsellor
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