My boyfriend has just arrived from a trip this morning,the thing is that as his trip lasted like 16 hours,I couldn't sleep till I knew he was home and safe,I had terrible dreams about him being run over by a train,it's crazy!I know it,moreover,his phone had no reception during the trip so as I couln't communicate with him,I freaked out,this morning,before I knew that he had finally arrived,I called his family,friends and even to the bus station where his bus was supposed to be arriving!!!Once he was back in town he could see all the texts I had sent him as well as my calls,he was shocked and very concerned,of course,who wouldn't be?help?
If you are only being paranoid, as you put it, over your boyfriend and nothing lse in your life. Then I don't think we can call you paranoid. Your love struck, a common occurance with young people.
If this happens to you in other parts of your life then being paranoid to some degree may be a problem that you need proffessional help to work on. Depending on your age if you are under 18 talk to your parents about seeing a therapist for talk therapy. If you are over 18 you can make your own arrangements.
There are reasons for just about everything that happens or we do. For something like this it is probably something deep seated that you are not aware of. A therapist can help you find that deepseated cause , then work to control it. [ adviceman49's advice column | Ask adviceman49 A Question ]
Jasmine23 answered Tuesday June 12 2012, 4:27 am: You need to stop obsessing. And have faith that he will be okay. He is concerned. because he thought something happend to you.
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