My boyfriend and I have a long distance relationship. As of now, he is 15 and I'm 14. He is very sweet but his anger tends to get out of control sometimes(such as swearing a lot) Recently, he encountered one of his friends on Facebook. He told me that he was mad because he had asked her a question and she told him that she would tell, but wanted to know why he was asking. He blocked her and was extremely annoyed. He asked me what i thought of it and I didn't know what to say. I thought that he overreacted to it but even though he never has, I still didn't want him to get mad at me for saying he was rude. I never see him other than online but i don't know what to tell him. His anger gets out of control but he apologized for yelling. If somebody could give me some advice, i'd be grateful! Sorry the question is so long!!
[ Answer this question ] Want to answer more questions in the Relationships category? Maybe give some free advice about: Love Life? JustJessOx answered Monday July 2 2012, 1:35 am: Hey there, Okay you might not like what I'm about to say but I think you need to consider the healthiness of this relationship and whether its actually going anywhere. The fact is you shouldnt be afraid to say what you really think. You have an opinion you shouldnt have to hold back in a relationship. And you definitely shouldnt be tip toeing around him for fear of setting him off. Take it from someone who has dated over the internet it only ever ends in heart ache. Especially since you dont see one another. You need the physical effects of a relationship as well as the emotional. I was in a relationship with a guy online when I was 15 and i litterally would do anything to make him happy. Such as agreeing with him all the time. My life outside of him suffered I fell behind in school and saw my friends less. I know this may not be the case but it could be. In the end he dumped me for a girl who lived near him. I would reconsider your relationship with this boy perhaps just be friends. Good luck and much <3 Jess 18/f [ JustJessOx's advice column | Ask JustJessOx A Question ]
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