I am dating a man that has 9 years sobriety but has some severe anxiety problems and only recently stopped taking the anti-depressants he had been on for 6 years. We have been dating for a year and a half and all was well until he stopped taking the anti-depressants. He now seems very insecure all the time and just tonight accused me of cheating with a married co-worker who is a friend I have known and worked with for five years who I never see but at work! I was devastated. Quite frequently he makes extreme purchases and then is anxious about money all the time. He has become very critical of our sex life and feels he needs to discuss our most personal relations with his sponser (who is an older man who says does not trust women). I found out tonight he had already discussed the fact he thought I was cheating with this man before even talking to me. Part of me wants to tell him off and never talk to him again but the other part of me wants to talk to him and try to change his opinion. I am appalled at myself for even considering trying to work things out but at the same time I feel the need to fix this situation even though I did nothing wrong. Please tell me what you think. I need voices of reason.
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