Originally Posted by help12345
he was never truely suportive he figured hes never going to be able to be with anyone else and because i gave it to him i am liable to stay with him for ever the fight wasnt over anything serious he got drunk and hes very angry when he is drinking and he always has these ways to make me feel less of a person so got up and started to get my shoes on to go home because i wasnt going to sit there and listen to him calling me every name in the book aand he started yelling at me saying alll these things and he ended up pulling my hair and broke my purce ripped my sweater and i had scratches all over my face and neck
Well, I thought he had been supportive right in the beginning. Here's what you wrote in your first post here: << when i first told him that i had it i was in tears and he just held me and told me that he was going to be there for me and was really sweet and told me it wouldnt change anything between us and he loved me no matter what ..... >>
The problem is we don't have enough information on HPV. We hardly know how it spreads and how it can be treated. I know this may sound absurd, but there's also the remote possibility of him having transmitted it to you. What do we really know?
Anyway, nothing justifies what he is doing to you. We know he is angry, but his anger is also due to misinformation.
What you have "done" to him, if anything
, was an accident, it was not a dolus (an evil act). But, whether you want it or not, you seem to be in the same boat now. You two should be working together in order to find out what the right approach to the disease is, but on the other hand, probably there is no more room for romance and being together with him.
Is there any chance for you to contact someone in your school either for emotional relief or for advising you on what to do?