should i tell him about my exVisitor's Question from a 31-40 year old Female
ok, so this guy is a good friend, when we meet its like the conversation will just keep on going on and on. we really understand each other.ok my problem is that, i dated his friend(not very close friend) 2 years back but it didn't work . I did talk to him after i broke with my ex and he did ask me about him and i just changed the subject.I was shy. Anyway , i met himm last week in streets and it was really nice talking to him, we stood there for 4 hours and it felt like 4 minutes. He didn't ask me about my ex (i'm sure he already heard through other frioends that we are no longer together) but he mentioned him and told me that that guy would only ring him when he needs something,just wants to use him and is not a real friend . I just didn't tell him anything about why we broke. i really like this guy and i think he likes me because he also advices me and i can see that he wants best for me.i want to take things further but i just am scared that maybe my ex told him bad stuff about me and as other of our friends also knew i was dating that guy, he will not be proud of me infront of his friends. i want a serious relationship but am not sure if this will be right.Should i tell him the problems i had wiyh my ex and why i broke with him next time i talk to him?I am the one who stopped seeing him. Please help
He's going to find out one way or the other.
So you might as well be the one to tell him so the right version comes out. You know how gossip is.
Since you were too shy to even tell me why you split up I can't say much more.
Good luck! George
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