but recently I stayed over at his house and we ended up naked together in bed

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
I don't know if this is the right section but it sure feels like cheating. My boyfriend of almost 2 years broke up with me a month ago. We managed to work out some of our differences and still hang out like were together and everything. However we are not officially together or dating he still says he doesnt want to be my boyfriend but thinks of us together. Recently I begain seeing this other guy, it wasnt anything serious but recently I stayed over at his house and we ended up naked together in bed, we didnt actually have sex but came pretty close. I still love my ex and I still want him back but I really like the new guy even though I know he's just a rebound. I dont want to hurt my ex but were not officially together. Should I tell him about the other guy or should I just pretend nothing ever happend.

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Yes, you should tell your ex what happened.

Explain how you feel about the whole thing and ask how he feels about it. He will probably feel lousy about it but who knows what else he will say.

If you don't trust him to keep secrets you may not want to tell him.

Meanwhile you are separated and you have the right to do what you want with your life.

Best of luck!

-- from George
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