Are you accusing him of something? Do you have proof or are you letting your hormones get the best of you? You need to sit down and evaluate your relationship and the trust in that relationship. Weigh his behavior and your own.
Nothing to be confused about. He's tired of being accused of stuff. If you want to keep him, stop doing that. Baby is a lot of stress, man doesn't like that. He will leave if things become too much pain, no gain.
your hormones are off you can control it's hard. Do you have proof that he is doing things? He probably starting to feel trapped now, Baby only makes things little more complicated. They are right keep accusations going he will do it or leave. Have you sat down and explain that because you are pregnant you don't feel as attractive to him like you did before & you feel he is acting different. Men are sensitive on how you say things and action. When talking using wird "you" is bad try "I feel". I know this very well I was 16 when I had are daughter went through same thing yes we are still together. Hope this helps.
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Constant and consistent "bitching him out" because you don't trust him.. can do one thing .. and one thing only ... It will slowly undermine any gravity you have gained in your relationship.
As emotionally fragile as you are, you are not helping to gain any ground in your relationship if you can't be pleasant to live with. If you are not happy in this relationship, or you are far to jealous or insecure there's gonna be conflict...and having said that .. you also can't forget hormonal imbalances can complicate your actions and reactions immensely ... but .. THAT is not an excuse to be abusive or behave badly ... there are ways to handle that.
Families bicker, fight and disagree on occasion,but they also have times when they really love being around each other .. It's a balancing act.
If you're providing constant conflict then there IS no enjoyment ... NO balance. By trying to hold on so intently, you actually do the exact polar opposite of what you trying to do .. you end up pushing him away.
Sometimes you have to loosen your grip to hold on tight.
Do you love your boyfriend? Are you telling him you are pregnant when you are not? Love is described at 1 Corinthians 13:4-8:" Love is long-suffering and kind. Love is not jealous, it does not brag, does not get puffed up, does not behave indecently, does not look for its own interests, does not become provoked. It does not keep account of the injury. It does not rejoice over unrighteousness, but rejoices with the truth. It bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love never fails." That is what a loving relationship is based upon. Maybe you all need to have some open communication with each other about what is going on in your relationship. You should never have to make or trick someone into staying with you. Healthy disagreements without lying, or being disrespectful are normal.