how do i get over the past of what he's done
Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
my problem starts with a gal i seem to get mad at every time she walks past... b4 my boyfriend and i were dating we were friends... he told me about this other girl that was he's best friend. at one point he told me he loved her!
A couple of months later we started dating... this girl friend of his is in my school and my boyfriend was in my school.
Even though we were dating he was always with her! they'd walk together to the gate after school. they'd talk during changing classes.. and instead of spending break with me he'd be with her! and to make it worse she was going with him to his matric farewell!!... for many weeks i was in bad moods trying to convince him to take me and spend less time with her...
(by the way he loved me then too and i loved him)
what he did was really wrong! the ne time i can't get over is when i was walking around during break with a friend and ahead i saw him and his friend talking.. i couldn't turn around, he had already seen me.
i walked right past him and he did NOTHING.. he stayed there talking to her.
and another time when i practically saw her jump into his arms!
that was about 2 months ago but still to this day i can't get over it! Even though he eventually took me to his dance and she told him to choose between her or me.. obviosly he chose me because he loves me..
i was so so so close to leaving him during that time but i just couldn't.. i loved him too much...
He has said sorry for what he done and never realized what he done till he's love for me grew for me..
well now we best friends and really close. he doesn't talk to his ex friend but i still get as hot as hell when i see her at school... i need help getting over it! it hurts him and myself that i'm not over it...all i know about her is her name and grade...pls help :-(.
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