However, his girlfriend reportedly suffers from Cluster B personality disorder as a result of a childhood trauma– including physical abuse and her father cheating on her mother.
“So, I understand that this is very difficult for her, and I don’t want to get the police involved,” he revealed.
At the same time, though, he feels as though his girlfriend is leaving him with no choice. Apparently, he has actually been homeless for 12 days ever since she kicked him out– which is reportedly jeopardizing his mental health and his career.
So, even though he loves his girlfriend and does not want to end the relationship or resort to contacting the police, he is not sure whether trying to win his girlfriend back or getting the police involved is the best next step.
Do you think following an ex on Instagram is grounds for getting kicked out? Why would he follow his ex in the first place if he knew it would upset his girlfriend? Even so, does his girlfriend have a right to stay at his place if he is paying the bills? How would you handle this situation?
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