You need to sit down and tell him how it makes YOU feel .. without attacking or even coming close to criticizing him.
When we use "you statements" (which make a negative reference to the other person), they don't listen, and may even defend themselves.
You have to use "I statements" which are totally and only about how YOU feel when he does something. Yes, you have to share your vulnerability.
Once you have done that, it is then up to him to change .. or not.
If he cares about you, he won't want to hurt your feelings, and will stop making these comments.
If he doesn't love you, or just is not ABLE to love anyone EXCEPT himself ...he will continue making those comments.
If this happens then you only have two options:
(1) You learn to work with your own emotional reactions so that you stop getting upset with what he says, OR
(2) You divorce him.
NO marriage is without these aggravations, and some have BIG problems.
We cannot change anyone except ourselves, so when communication doesn't prompt your partner to change, then YOU either change .. .or you will end up fighting and in the end will lose them.