Should I stay with him knowing he is hurt and unhappy for no reason.
Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
Well I will try to keep it short, just a note (I dont have anyone eles to talk to) so I am sorry for bothering you and your busy life.
My boyfriend of five and a half years thinks I cheated on him (I didnt). He tried to pick up and leave me and our two children aged one and three. I cried and begged him to stay, and we faught until he said he beleived me. This was a week ago. Everytime I look at his face or into his eyes I see pain and I know by his look he doesnt beleive me. His friends and family are not helping out one bit, they are the ones telling him I cheated. I would never do that, we have kids and a life a life that used to be happy. I think I have to let him go. Even though I did nothing wrong. Should I let him beleive whats no the truth and kick him out, or should I stay with him knowing he is hurt and un happy for no reason.
It's too soon to make a sudden decision.
Try professional counseling if he will go. That should help a lot.
Give him time to come to believe you. Continue to persuade him that you did not cheat. Shower him with love and attention--and tell him you are doing it to make him feel better. Otherwise he might think it is fake.
Make his favorite meals. The way to a man's heart is through his stomach.
Things should get better as time passes.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com