The first time the jealous accusations occurred I shook them off, partly flattered that he didn’t mind showing he cared. But the second time when he stalked my Facebook wall picking out posts from guys who had written me before he and I even began dating, I knew I wasn’t in a healthy situation. If I made a nice comment about another man, he said I didn’t compliment him enough.
If I talked about guy coworkers in an innocent manner, he questioned my relationship with them.
To go back into what sounds like a very volatile, unhealthy relationship is not the "right" thing for anyone, in my professional opinion. The odds of that are not good at all.) He is back on a dating website that I met him on? I really can't answer what is normal for him, although based on everything else you described, it is not at all surprising.
Are you hoping or assuming it will get better with time; that he will change?
If you have more questions, I am happy to help, and I sincerely wish you the best in this situation.
Probably because his feelings were accusations targeted towards me.These include a need for constant reassurance and approval, distrustful, smothering behavior (basically he wants to be with you all day, everyday).In addition, most insecure men are jealous or possessive. And while I shunned them off initially, it didn’t’ take long to realize his caring and sensitive ways were partly due to him being insecure.You may say that you’re tired and would like to go to sleep.He assumes you’re just not attracted to him anymore. I know my answers are probably not what you were hoping for, but I have had far too many clients and patients over the years who tolerated horrible behavior from a spouse or significant other, only to be constantly miserable.