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Posted by friend
on December 06, 2000 at 13:22:38:
In Reply to: male/female behavior posted by Brit on December 04, 2000 at 14:39:05:
He is very insecure, but doesn't own it.
He thinks you are why he feels threatened.
It is likely a pattern learned in his past, maybe by a controlling father?
It doesn't matter why...that behavior is abuse.
Better get some support system going before it escalates, because as you grow you will speak your mind more and more. The insecurity does not just go away and is dangerous when blamed towrd you. After you it will be the kids that can't express themselves without passive agression or overt aggression.
He is punishing you for being a person apart from him. This goes beyond normal male-female behaviour.
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