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He gets mad when I say no

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My current boyfriend gets very upset or mad when I say no to him. Whether it'd be to sex, or hanging out with him (I do almost every single day), he gets mad. He's also very big on guilt-tripping me. What can I do or say to stop this?

He gets mad when I say no

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i use to get in a relationship like this. She was angry because i was saying no for some things like sex etc (because im a boy i should like everything that include sex, yeah no) so i just began to play her game to make her realise that she was oppressing me. But playing her game with affection, not with the intention of making her angry or sad. (sorry for my bad english) I mean, start acting angry when the other person says no. Like show them that you dont have to be oppressed, that love mean that people makes compromise and explain that you feel bad when he gets mad. i hope i helped you a little

He gets mad when I say no

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Truth gets the jist, but also senses way more to this than being let on. Truth can go both ways...why would he become upset by the refusal? ...why would you decline him sex or hanging out? "what can i do to stop this" find the root of the problem, address it, deal with it, and move on. Some of the problem might be his, but i smell more guilt on you...just saying

He gets mad when I say no

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"What can I do or say to stop this?" That's easy: BREAK UP WITH HIM. Really, he sounds very much like an pre-abuser, verbally threatening you and demanding his way. The signs are all there.

He gets mad when I say no

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I agree with Susie having dated toxic men myself those are signs of emotional abuse which is a lot worse than physical. If this guy cannot respect your boundaries when you tell him no, then you need to just find someone else who will respect your boundaries. This guy could could either end up doing something messed up to you if you keep telling him no or he is going to end up finding someone who will give him what he wants. Its clear that he is very one sided in the relationship and is only concerned about what he wants.

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