Our expert says:
With real love, one hardly needs to try so hard, does one ? Have you thought of some sessions of couples counselling, so you can each understand yourselves and each other a bit better ? Sounds like he is carrying a bundle of Issues arising from previous experiences, which could become problematic unless unpacked, washed, ironed, and folded away.
But then you say that more than once he has ended up in hospital when you broke up with him ? that suggests a high degree of inbstability and manipulativeness. Again, couples counselling might be helpful and if put properly to him, he might accept it
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