i told him im sorry, and i truely am,

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Me and my boyfriend have been dating for about 3 months. At the beginning of our relationship i had a party at my house and he was there, but i ended up dancing with some other guy. now he has this whole trust issue. he always brings this up and it bothers me. i told him im sorry, and i truely am, but he said that there is no need for an apology. newaysz so we decided to break up because he couldn't trust me, and becuase i didn't think he cared enough. now he's telling me if we want to go back out i need to ask him out, since he asked me out first. he tells me he wants to be with me but i kinda qeustion why he doesnt ask me out. What should i do?

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What should you do? You should figure out if you want to go out with this guy or not. Figure out if winning back his trust is worth the time and energy that you'll have to put into it. I personally don't think that dancing with some other guy is worthy of all this trouble. I don't think you have to apologize for it unless you were giving him some kind of lap dance, which I doubt you were doing. Your ex- is very possessive and jealous and you'll either have to hope he changes or you should find someone new.

Good luck!

-- from Marc
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com

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