Is it even worth it?Visitor's Question from a 31-40 year old Female
My ex and I live together. We broke up. Oct. 7th after a fight. He told me he just wanted to be alone for a while it just wasn't working Blablabla. Well I found his phone bill where he started calling the girl he had been dating while we have been broke up 4 days before we actually broke up. Things did get bad between us but I never thought he would have done that to me. He is still denying being with this girl. Even after I have found all of this proof. Their relationaship lasted 2 1/2 weeks. She broke up with him. I'm still in the house as a roommate with benefits. He was even sleeping with me while being with this other girl. I still want him after all of the lies and deciet. What is wrong with me? Anyways since then, We had been trying to get past alot and spending time together. But when I found out that he did lie to me and won't admit it to it. Ican't stop thinking about it. He acts like he is so innocent. He knows that I know but will not admit to it. He told me if I don't stop talking about it that he will never take me back. I know its an unhealthy situation, but I love him and I still want him.He tells me he doesn't want to be without me but his actions say otherwise. What should I do? I am so upset that he moved on so fast and wouldn't admit to it. What is your advice?
My advice is to stop wondering and worrying about what happened three months ago. Start afresh and work towards a better future.
You are the one who loves him and wants him. So you are the one who has to make changes so that he feels comfortable returning to you.
You'd be better off without him, but you already know that.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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