How do make someone listen when they assume everything you say is a lie? It doesn't matter what it's about, he tells me I'm lying about my feelings, about everything. We can't have a conversation about anything without him assuming I'm lying.
I'm not lying and I actually don't have a history of lying save for an instance he can't forget about. I didn't immediately tell him (bc he was very judgmental, and I was mortified), that I self harmed through purposely unsafe sex one time, with a "friend" I was never attracted to and always thought was disgusting, while having a very serious mental breakdown. It's not in my personality to be promiscuous or have unsafe sex, and I didn't want to tell anyone that happened, ever. I didn't tell him until later and I wasn't completely forthcoming with all of the details as we started dating, though I told him like, 2 wks later. So now, to him, I'm a compulsive liar that can't be trusted about anything, and I'm also very slutty. All communication is marred by this single event. Is there any way of repairing this?