about my ex boyfriend and his new girlfriendVisitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
This question isn't really about me its about my ex boyfriend and his new girlfriend who is one of my best friends.See a couple of weeks ago my ex and my friend started going out.No one really liked the idea,espesially me,but there's another girl who hated it even worse than I did.She's a friend of my ex's and his girlfriends worst enemy.Well she didn't want them going out so she decided that she would make my ex cheat on his girlfriend at church camp.She told me what she was gonna do but I didn't think much about it,I thought oh, she'll just flirt with him a lot ,nothing much.But I was wrong,on the way to camp him and her did some nasty things on the bus.That would be counted as cheating.She told me what happened and now its almost a week later and my ex's girlfriend doesn't know and my ex says all of it didn't happen.But I don't believe him, he lies all the time.Me and my friend one of my other friends was talking about it and she said if all of it is ture I should be the one to tell his girlfriend, because she can trust me but I dunno how I can tell her what happened?If all of it is true (which it probably is) how can I tell her about what he did?
You shouldn't take it on yourself to tell his new girlfriend. She's going to find out his character on her own anyhow, there's no need to break up your relationship with her, which is what would happen if you told her this --- she'd think you were trying to break them up and would hate you for it.
Stay out of the middle of this. It may very well wreck itself, but you don't need to be the one with the hand on the smoking gun.
-- from Jenn
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