A drunk kiss with a nemesisVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
well here goes. my best friend dated this guy who hated me and i wasn't too partial to him after he put a dead bird head on my antena. now i have a GF of 5 months and we have established a love for each other. well, several days before our 5 month anniversary, she had recently got home from a trip dealing with her grandma. she got home and i called her. i could tell something wasn't right, but i let it be becuase her friend was staying the night. that night, she got drunk with her friend and the same best friend of mine previously mentioned. that was her first time gtetting drunk and all three of them know how much i dont like it. after a while they called the BF previously mentioned and he brought a friend to my GF's house. now he wasn't drunk or in anyway had his judgement impaired. they all went down into her room and she ended up kissing him. only once. she told me the next day and pleaded that i don't do anything to him and that it was all her fault ect. i said then that it was ok and that i still loved her. now, cpl weeks later, she still says things that make me think she wants me to break up with her for this. i just want things to be the way they were, but they won't be. what should i do? things are clearly changed, but is it really bad enough to break up? i'm just really lost...
Have a gentle, loving talk with her.
Explain that you have forgiven her for what she did and she doesn't need to apologize anymore.
She is probably very nervous about the subject.
Good luck! George
-- from George
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