My question is should i keep giving into him and doing everything i can for him

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
ok, me and my boyfriend dated for a year then we broke up due to him cheating on me. When i broke up with him he cried and begged me for 2 months not to leave. Finally he moved on and dated other girls as did i with boys. I gave him a second chance because he was so good to me for a month. Now after only 2 weeks together he constantly throws my ex up in my face. Accusing me of looking at him and saying that i wont admit to my ex i no longer like him. today he told me that his ex was so beautiful and sexy and she was just the hottest little thing. I got so upset and started crying. He hugged me and apologized and said he was just paying me back for telling my ex i no longer like him MUCH. Then he tried to kiss me and i told him to hold on and he freaked and left me in the middle of a hall all alone. so i retaliated and stormed off in front of him. He demanded if i didnt stop he'd leave me. I never stopped and he flipped and broke up with me. This happens every evening at school then later in the night he apologizes and says he's just hurt and feels like theirs no answer to his problems. Should i let the threats to leave me and the him bringing up my ex and his ex and how he kind of misses her keep up fighting. Is this just something silly we need to get over? I've sit down one on one and had long talks with him but as soon as my ex gets to school he freaks out but as soon as my ex leaves he's sweet again. I recently lost my virginity to him and i'm 17 and afterwards he holds me and we watch tv and alone we're perfect. I catch him looking at his ex's alot should i leave it be and just not mention anythhing up. My question is should i keep giving into him and doing everything i can for him as long as he's hurting my feelings like this? or should i leave. Advice
He needs psychological help (from the school psychologist) to help him get rid of his jealous feelings about your ex.

You should reassure him constantly that you don't care about your ex. And, you should drop your bad feelings about his ex.

If these actions don't improve his behavior, then dump him.

Good luck!

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