whats going on?

Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
Lately, my boyfriend of two years has been acting really weird. My nephew died last week, and a day after the funeral, when I called him, he started bringing up the things I did in the past, and arguing with me. After that, he got mad at me the next day for putting him off to do my schoolwork, and started accusing me of cheating. He accused me of lying about things i hadnt lied about. I did lie to him before, but at this point I wasnt. Anyway, tonight, he and I had plans to be together, I drove to his house which is about ten miles away from mine, and I called him on his phone. He told me that he "didnt feel well", and earlier when I talked to him he was fine. When I asked him the first time, he said that he didnt know why he didnt feel well, but then he said his stomach hurt. Lately, he has been getting asked out, and he told me that he had to say no, and it seemed to me as if it disappointed him to say that. And also, tonight, he accused me of lying again, and i didnt. I dont understand why he is acting this way. Can you tell me why he is being this way towards me? Why wasnt he there when I needed him?

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You need to have a long loving talk with your b/f.

Something is eating him and he may reveal it if you can discuss this calmly. Ask him all the questions you asked me in a calm, gentle manner so you two don't start arguing

Communication is what you need.

Good luck! George

-- from George
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