But the next day he said he felt guilty for cheating on his girl

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
I've been talking to this guy for a while. But from the start I knew he had a girlfriend. But they've only been dating for about a week, and he said he was thinking about breaking up with her. I really like him. The other night he came over along with my best friend and her boyfriend. We were going to watch a movie, but the TV decided not to work. So all of the sudden he kisses me and we start fooling around. It seems like we've known each other forever, hes that easy to get along with. We definetly had fun. But the next day he said he felt guilty for cheating on his girl. I felt bad to, but I really like the guy and I'd love to go out with him. He said he's still thinking about breaking up with her though. What do I do? I told him that I thought he was sweet and all. I still don't know what to do. By the way I'm 16 and he's 17. I don't have a boyfriend, its him with the girlfriend.

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I answered this yesterday but misunderstood about your not having a bf.

Guess you need to wait until he decides what to do.

Meanwhile keep a good, happy contact with him like a friend. Perhaps he will break up with his girlfriend soon.

Hope this helps! George

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