If your boyfriend regularly humiliates you, manipulates you into doing things you do not want to do or intimidates you in any way, then he is abusive and a bully. Slowly, his actions will drain the trust and security from your relationship. And if you stay, you will begin to doubt yourself and may withdraw from family and friends. Some girls even report feeling trapped and afraid.
Even though your boyfriend may never hit you, push you, or even squeeze your arm, you still are experiencing bullying behavior.
And ignoring your feelings or trying harder in the relationship will not make the bullying stop. As a result, it may be time to consider ending the relationship. Here are the first three steps to breaking up with your bullying boyfriend.