Sorry so sorry

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
me and my boyfriend we arent allowed to see eachother my mom hates him but i love him so much so we sneak around and see eachother we used to fight alot then it somehow cooled down we were happy untill recently i had to go out of town for a week and now he has this big attitude about it.and i told him it wasnt my fault and not to take it out on me and he said he wasnt and accused me of being out of town and cheating on him i would never do that and i tell him that but he dont want to hear it.he says some hurtful things when we fight and even though sometimes its not my fault that we are fighting i say sorry i have never herd him say sorry for anything and this time i dont want to say sorry for it cause its not my fault but im afraid if i dont say sorry then its over for us but i dont want it to be over i want it to work i honestly do hes the love of my life and words cant explain how much i love and care for him.Please help i dont want to fight with him anymore and i dont want to lose him Advice
Either say you are sorry, in which case you are perpetuating a bad behavior pattern. Or, don't say you are sorry and risk losing him. How about instead having a rational mature conversation and discuss the problem of saying sorry. If you can't discuss something that simple, you should consider finding another boyfriend.

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