I need a course of action. Recently my relationship with my boyfriend ended. I was so confused and felt like it was all my fault and that I could never do anything right. I also had been feeling sort of off balance for the last couple of months. He refused to work anything out and has said that my behavior is the reason it wasn't working out. I consider myself a very caring and understanding person but I felt like I was being pushed to the edge all of the time and like nothing was ever resolved. He would upset me and then refuse to talk to me, and then I would end up calling him a million times, then he would call me crazy for calling so much. It has often crossed my mind that he might be emotionally abusive. So I started doing research online and it is now very obvious to me that this is the case. Borderline personality disorder has also come up a lot and seems to apply to him as well. Would it do any good at all to tell him about the research i've done? Should I just not talk to him anymore? Any suggestions?
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