I really loved him, so I never ended the relationshipVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
I HAD a boyfriend, whom I loved very much. He was just getting out of a relationship with this girl that goes to my school. Me and him have been very good friends since the day we met each other. (which is close to 9 yrs now) I was out this one weekend, and I seen him. We talked, and he said will you go out with me? I really didn't know what to say because I just thought of us as "friends". But then I realized I did like him more then a friend. So of course I said yes. Rememeber he just gotten out of a relationship. I didn't think anything of it until his brother told me my boyfriend and his ex girlfriend had been calling each other over the phone. That's when I got a little jealous. I told him I didn't like him talking to her. I really loved him, so I never ended the relationship, thinking he would stop talking to her. We were together close to 8 months, and he broke up with me. I wasn't really sad, because we had broken up before, but we always got back with each other. But we haven't talked at all since we broke up.I called his house wanting to talk to his sister about some stuff she was saying about me, when I called his brother answered and said she wasn't home. Then me and him started talking and asking how each other was. I asked him about my ex-boyfriend (his brother) and he said he was home, and asked me if I wanted to talk to him. I said no because I was scared and nervous about talkin to him, knowing that I would probably cry that night, because I talked to him and we weren't together.I asked his brother if my ex-boyfriend still liked/loved me and he said yes he does. But I had to get over him some how so me and this guy have been talking, nothing more. But I still think about my ex boyfriend. I still love him, but I don't know how to let him know. I don't know if I should just break everything down, and tell him what I liked and disliked about our past relationship. Do you think it will work, or am I just going to be wasting my time on it? (I hope this makes since!)
Yes I think you should be honest with him and tell him everything that is in your heart and mind.
This is the best way for all people to interact and in your case it is especially important.
He should reply honestly and you will find out how he feels and from that you can decide how to proceed.
-- from George
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