am i crazy?
Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
We were together for about 10 months. We spent about everyday, everynight together and we never faught when we were together EVER, but if we werent together she would be hanging out with her friends being shady, not answering the phone and being really short with me. i always accused her of cheating, I always felt something was wierd. About 6 months in, i was talkin to my pretty "good friend" and i saw him dancin with my girl and i asked him about it and he told me he had slept with my girl like a month before.. I beat the crap out of him and ended up taking my girlfriend back. She seemed sorry, she pretty much lived with me and never hung out with anyone but me and my friends she said she wanted to change she told me how much she loved me, how we would get married, blah blah blah, after 9 months I went out of town for 2 weeks, it was wierd she diddnt call me while i was gone, wouldnt answer the phone, when i got back she was excited and i asked her if she cheated and she said no. a month after i got back i hear from my friend that he had been seeing my "good friend" around my girl again. I asked her about it and she said yeah i saw him once!, but then she finaly admited he stayed at her house the whole time i was gone and having sex the whole time. I broke up with her and Idk I told her to talk to me when she stops being a slut but like its been 2 weeks and i still cant stop thinking of her... my life is wierd without her there, Is it crazy to take her back after all that?
If you are willing to live with a woman who cheats on you regularly then keep her. But, imagine you are married to her and you don't know if your children are your own... or she may decide to leave you if she gets pregnant by some other man. I don't think this is the way you want to live your life. So the wisest thing to do is to leave her behind. You have only been apart from her for two weeks so give it two months and probably you will stop thinking of her.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com