Recently he has said it may be better that we don't live together

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My boyfriend and I have been together for almost 2 years. He has never done anything for me to suspect he is cheating, but because of a past relationship I have a hard time beleiving he isnt. I want to know who is calling, texting or what he is doing all the time. If he doesn't call when he leaves work, I freak out. I hate the person I have become, and I feel I have lost all control of myself. We live together and recently he has said it may be better that we don't. I feel that if I move out we will eventually fall apart, since we have lived together we are so used to each other being there and I think the shock of us not being there scares me. How can I overcome being jealous and wanting to know everthing? Advice
You've got a bad case of the green eyed monster.

Your relationship is almost finished because of your jealousy. If that doesn't scare you then why are you so scared by the thought of him cheating? It can't be because you are afraid of losing him because you already are almost loosing him.

Fight against the jealousy. Whenever it comes into your mind, tell it to go away that your boyfriend loves you. After about 100 times of fighting the feeling the jealous thoughts will give up and leave you alone.

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Good luck! George

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