Well, it depends why you are not happy. If he is abusive then yes, you should leave him but if it's a couple of fights that can be resolved then no.
Often times a cheating boyfriend will not leave because he feels a sense of comfort with you. He may not be happy, but he knows that you will always be there. The real question to ask here should be why would you not leave your cheating boyfriend. Feelings of helplessness may be to blame. However, it is important to accept the situation for what it is and to move on...without him.
Yes, If he is not going to work then leave him!!!
Well the boyfriend just doesn't want to be alone and afraid of starting over again
Just tell her you like her, if she likes you she will leave him, its happend to me before mate.
Leave him alone and let him make that choice. If you aren't happy seeing him happy, you must not want him back that bad!
leave and/or abuse you and blame you.
If you know she isn't happy with the relationship she is in now. Then be really nice to her better then her boyfriend. But if you know she is happy and loves her boyfriend just be friends or leave her alone. Girls don't like it when you are annoying and try to take them away from the person they love. But if you don't know at all i think its better to just be friends or leave her alone.
If he was living with you and you didn't give him a notice to leave and adequate time to retrieve his belongings, yes he does have the right to his belongings. He can take you to court and sue you for his belongings. If you are happy he is gone, I would be giving him his posessions because I would not want them around me.
if she is happy with her boyfriend then leave her be but if you think that it will benifit her lifestyle or her happieness then tell her
If its for no reason, then its a easy answer, leave him because he obviously don't deserve you, and there is someone out there that can treat you like a princess and have deep feelings for you and make you happy!! Don't chase them, make them chase you!
Because you're stupid enough to ask this question.