Exercise no contact rule. Don't contact him for a period of time. It will aid in reducing the tension, help in settling the mind and reflecting on the relationship. By the end of no contact, you should have known whether you want to continue with him or move on.
But to reach a point where he verbally abuses him, I wouldn't recommend you continue in the relationship with him. This is a case of a man soothing his ego. It is evident if you reunite another breakup is bound to happen if he doesn't correct his attitude.
During the no-contact period reflect on the relationship. After ending the NC rule you should have known which road to head to - go back or move on. Think carefully.
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