I thought we were on our way, eventually. But I just keep getting more and more hurt
Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
Ok I have written in here before about my ex and I.
Well we dated for 2 years 8 months and he broke it off 3 months ago, saying he tried to make it work between us but he wasn't happy.
Well over the past month and a half, we have been super close. We are best friends, we kiss and hug, hang out all the time, talk for hours, and we also have a sexual relationship. He took me to a concert yesterday and we even act like a couple in public, holding hands, kissing, him holding me from behind while watching hte concert, etc. He has told me he still loved me and had all the same feelings still about a week or two ago.
Well, I have a guy friend who told me today that my ex likes his friend. He is telling me that my ex asked the girl out a few days ago. My ex has sworn to me and promised me though that he did not like any girls right now and was not looking. He's lied to me before, and we got into a huge fight about him going on a date because he lied about it, and he promised he wouldn't lie to me again.
Now I am so confused. What is he doing with me? Hearing that he asked another girl out today really really hurt...I guess I just thought we were on our way to being back together again. And why is he telling me he isnt interested in anyone else? I know it's not so he can "fool around" with me in all the time I've known him he's never been one to care about that.
I just want us to be back together again, and I thought we were on our way, eventually. But I just keep getting more and more hurt.
Just ask him why.
This recent event should be the straw that broke the camels back for you.
Why did he ask the girl out after making you feel like you were back together again?
Don't let him lie his way out of it. If you have to, bring in the witness who told you that he did it and get the honest answer.
This boy deserves no more chances and you shouldn't be hurt any more.
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com