First off, if you "tried" to end things and it didn't happen, he's controlling you to an insane degree, a scary degree. If you call things off, ITS OFF. If someone is pushing you to be in a controlling relationship, you could be in physical danger. Just because he hasn't hit you yet, doesn't make physical abuse a non-issue. Mental abuse is just as bad in some ways as physical abuse, because it can lead to your own low self-esteem (which your boyfriend has in spades, his controlling you shows himself that he's "worthy" because he can control you. GET OUT OF THE RELATIONSHIP, break it off and ask your friends and family to keep an eye of you until your 'boyfriend' also gets the message, his mental issues are NOT YOURS. Don't let him control your life, only to make it a miserable life for you, you deserve to be heard and once you break it off with him, cut off communication with him or you will only end up mentally (and possibly physically) abused. People who control don't start off hitting others because they don't know if you'd leave them, its only with the passage of time that they can see whether or not THEY are in control of you, and if they are, they are no longer worried about you leaving them, after all, they can simply say NO to the break-up when in reality they have NO CONTROL over whether you are in a relationship with them. Break it off, stay away from them and don't answer their posts or contact. If they try to corner you somewhere to make them talk to them, be afraid and get away from them before they become unstable. If you have too, contact the police and let them know you have a stalker and you may be needing to contact them about him sooner or later, but at least they have you on record as being concerned about your life and whether someone else is in control of it. If necessary, spend $100 and get a restraining order (and no, getting a restraining order is NOT another way of saying you love them) its a way to protect yourself and put yourself first, which is what a good boyfriend would be doing. Your in danger and don't even realize it. Break it off, but be safe and include your friends and family in your breakup to let them know you have concerns about him, but try to do it in a way that doesn't demonize him. Let them know he's never physically hurt you, but that is what your concerned about. There are lots of help out there for women (and men) in your situation. USE IT, best of luck!