confront, or just call it off

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
I had been a player for many years and had guys around me, but I never committed or fell in love, until I met my current/x boyfriend. When we met, he had a female and she was carrying his child, and we messed around, but I began falling for him. He wouldn't leave the female though because she was carrying his child. Later, the baby was born, and me and the guy hooked up, and he claimed that his babymama would move out by the end of this month and that he was no longer with her. He said over and over that he loved me, and everything seemed perfect. Just yesterday, I took the day off and went to our friend's house and when I walk in the room I saw him sitting on the sofa with her! All he did was put his head down and didn't say anything. People had told me that he'd still be with her, but I wanted to see for myself if it was true. Now, it hurts inside because I had loved him, what should I do? Should I confront him, is it worth it? Should I just leave him, no idea? I mean, he said that he no longer was with her, he would only like watch his child, but had nothing with her, yet, here I found him sitting with her at a friend's house.

I'd appreciate your advice very much. Advice
First have a talk with him. He might lie to you so don't accept what he says too easily.

The odds are good that he was up to something.

So unless you feel convinced that you can work things out, you should leave him.

Good luck! George

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