No you aren't too young and yes, you are pretty wise and observant for your age......but you are nowhere near adulthood and because of that, you can't see much further than your own nose. Don't be affronted because that's the way things are in life and especially when you are in your teens. You have found a lovely guy and you are really happy with him - and he with you...….and you naturally assume that how you think is the way he thinks because in good times it seems that way. Well, he doesn't think like you. He's a young male full of testosterone and like you, is trying to work out where he is in the pecking order (there always is one) and how to handle adults, women, other guys, school etc. The way he's behaving is typically male. You are HIS. Therefore HE is in charge of this relationship. He won't consider that you have any say in the matter. He can't help it. It's the way he's wired and at his age it'd be the same with any guy you were with. You talking to other guys, laughing etc will be, in his eyes flirting and trying to get off with them and naturally he's peeved about it. The fact that it isn't that way at all in your mind - it's just getting on with people - won't count. His insecurity NEEDs to control you and keep you only with him - which isn't very practical is it. Sadly, if he carries on like this he will drive you away and that's something in his (and every guy's teenage) he will have to learn. You don't have to prove anything to anyone. If he cannot accept your reasonable explanation for your normal behaviour around others, then he'll just have to put up with it or find himself another girlfriend to 'bully'. No, it's not real bullying as such - but if he wants a relationship of any sort with you, it's going to have to be an equal partnership - not a controlling, stifling, checking-up sort of relationship. I think you have to stand your ground here. It will risk losing him - but I doubt if it will be forever. He obviously cares for you, as you do for him, but this sort of behaviour from him may well push you back into depression which is something you DON'T need.