They Told my Girlfriend I Was Cheating - I Wasn't
Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
she thinks i cheated and i didnt. her friends have convinced that i have, and the girl stating this is trying to break us up. i know i cant make her trust me, but will this blow over? she wont listen to what i have to say. i worked with all of these people, and think they are trying to break us up.
i love her and i dont want to lose her, but i can only tell her so many times i didnt do anything wrong. should i not call her? why wont she listen to what i have to say?? everything was perfect until the magpies got together and came up with this story.
the girl stating this was sleeping with my roomate. he has since moved out and thats when all of this started spreading!! what do i do??
It's rough when trust is questioned and you've been faithful. There's no real way to "prove" you have been faithful. You can only keep protesting your innocence, daily, and hope that it sinks in. Also work on the liar every day, to get the story set right. No matter what else she believes about you, for her to resort to lying to make her point is just wrong. Get everyone you know to hammer her to tell the truth, that lying is never justified.
-- from Lisa
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com