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Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
So I am drunk last sunday coming back to school. I tell her to come over cause I really wanted to see her, besides just being drunk...yada yada. She gets upset & leaves. The phone conversation that followed wasn't very kind & I "apparently" said some hurtful things. Don't really talk to her all week until thursday night. She calls, I'm at a bar (not heavily drinking)& says "sounds like your doing fine." So i walk outside, call her, doesnt pick up. About an hour later I leave & see her car parked near where I was. Since there was no communication through the week, I decide to look in her car finding a polo shirt that wasnt mine & a hat. What do I do? I took her car back to my place (very close) so that if she is cheating on me she has to come to my place first so I can ask her. THAT WAS NOT A GOOD IDEA I KNOW. 9:30am rolls around with her knocking at my door. She was just with a good guy friend & another guy hanging out the night before. I take her car back to her apt. & the same guy is there waiting for his stuff..kind of shady. She hasnt ever cheated on me & I'm really confused. Now her friends definitly have to think I'm crazy! What to do? Advice
Either you have to trust her or you don't.

Once you decide to trust her, don't look back. And if you decide not to trust her don't look back either.

Either way you need to forget what happened. If you want to stay with her then you are going to have to clean up your act a little bit. She was probably trying to give you a message by what she did.

Good luck! George

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