I felt like he took my heart and stepped on it.

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We have been broken up for about 3 months now. Since then we see each other everyday because of school, club, work, and the fact that we are close friends. I have been trying to get over him cause he is doing the same. He went to a party and met a girl. He made out with her, but found out that she just used him just to make out. He was depressed for a while, but then she started talking to him again. Then she did it again, she used him. So he got depressed and asked himself "when was I most happiest?" Then he started thinking of me. So he came up to me and kissed me. He made out with me. I thought he was going to ask me back. When he realized that I thought that he stopped kissing me. He felt like an ass. I felt like he took my heart and stepped on it. Why did he do that? Why do I still want him back? Do I just miss him physically holding me and kissing my forehead or do I still love him? Does he still love me? I still have hope that he will come back. Should I wait? He said that he doesn't want to be in a relationship right now, but he kissed me and he's hurt when he was turned down by this other girl.

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He is very confused and has confused you too.

It has been 3 months now and you should put him out of your mind completely. It is unfortunate he kissed you because it put hope back into your heart.

But it should be clear from his actions that he is not to be trusted.

Good luck! George

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