You might have a claim against him for theft, if he paid for things with your money without your consent. If he paid for things using only his money, then that's less likely. I'm afraid it's a little hard to figure out what happened, just based on your writing here.
There's probably no recovery available for the emotional aspects. The courts do not exist to validate our personal feelings. 'Emotional distress' damages are limited to 'extreme and outrageous conduct,' things that 'shock the conscience' of ordinary people. To make these claims, you generally need to show that you suffered serious emotional harm, using the testimony of a therapist or psychologist.
But if your boyfriend took your money or used it to pay for things, you may be entitled to sue him for your losses. You can consult with an attorney who practices in your state to see about that.
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