It’s very difficult to maintain a stable relationship with them.Based on the my observation I can tell you what happens really.a) Suspicious thoughts. Of course you can try to convince them that you are only having a normal relationship. It’s like they are one who is right and you are wrong all the time.c)Persecution complex They feel cheated all the time. It’s nothing like you are going to make a plan to conspire against them.Note - I never slept with or interacted with the person in that way.It happened again in the fifth month of our relationship when I leaned over to look at something on my same male friend's phone - and leaned on his knee to do so. I was looking for an in-person support group and came across this site.I am hoping some of you can provide insight into what I am dealing with my boyfriend.If you wish to take any kind of corrective steps so as to counter his paranoia (such as asking this question among others), please do not mention about it to him.Whether he would openly appreciate it or not, deep down he would definitely not like your action because it would make him feel like he's a burden to you or that he's not really good enough for you.
Believe me, even a hand shake and a pleasant smile towards an old friend (mostly male) about whom he's not aware of is more than enough. It's not like that with everybody, but this is just a thumb rule to be kept in mind.As someone who has been dealing with an anxiety disorder for most of my life, I can understand the baggage that my boyfriends are taking on as a result.I've come to terms with what I have on my plate, but I never stop to take a moment to appreciate and comprehend the struggles involved with making a relationship work from the other person's perspective.Because of their aloofness and their paranoia, they tend to have very little circle of friends.e) Mind readers Trust me. They give you a stare for which you may not know the true intention.You cannot really understand their thought process. Even a small grimace or frowning up can give them endless clue for potential threat.f) Jumping to conclusion You cannot expect to have a rational argument with them as they jump to conclusion immediately.