Thank you for sending your response again. I appreciate it.
I am not sure if you are legally able to stay in the apartment you are in as I am not a legal expert, but I can tell you that the relationship you are in with your boyfriend is not a healthy one.
You clearly asked him not to kick you out of the apartment and he agreed with your terms. He also said he would not only not kick you out, but would leave himself if there was a problem. But what he did instead was use your fears against you to control you. Forcing you to have sex with him and telling you that you had to do certain things or he would kick you out is abuse. He is attempting to control you by holding your basic safety and needs over your head.
Although your boyfriend may suffer from mental illness, it still does not excuse his behavior towards you. No one should treat you in a way that cause you distress or anxiety
to that the fact that your boyfriend doesn't seem to have any trust of you. From what you said of your relationship, there is no reason why your boyfriend should not trust you. And you have gone to great lengths to prove to him that you did nothing wrong. However, he refuses to listen and seems to create scenarios where you are guilty of cheating even though that is far from the truth. That only can mean that he wants to hurt you and won't consider that he is wrong, another sign that your relationship with him is abusive.
You have a couple of options. You can suggest he go to therapy with you. He may need to hear from a neutral person like a therapist that he is being abusive. However, if he will not go, go on your own. You need the support and the chance to figure out how you want to deal with your relationship.
You can also end the relationship. It is not easy to do so. But at this point, it does not seem he is willing to work on things with you and continues to treat you poorly no matter what you try. By continuing to see him, you expose yourself to being hurt again and again. You deserve better.
Also, consider learning more about abusive relationships and how they affect you. Here are some resources to help:
Should I Stay or Should I Go- Lundy Bancroft
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