A cheater and a liar



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Original Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
My boyfriend of almost two years cheated on me twice. I'm 20 and he is 21. The first time, he kissed a girl a year ago, but he stopped talking to her and never told me about it. The second time was about a month ago at a party when he was drunk, and he took a girl back to his house and had sex with her.
I found out about the girl he slept with when my friends told me, and at first he lied about it and said it wasnt true but then owned up to it. When I asked him if there were any more incidences, he then said he wanted to confess everything and be honest, so he told me about the girl he kissed a year ago. He says thats he's so sorry and regrets it, has learned his lesson and loves me more than anything, but I dont know whether to believe him or not since he has shown himself to be a cheater and a liar. Should we try to work it out?




User Submitted Advice from a 13-20 year old Female
Earn back trust


First you should ask yourself if you really want to be with him na dif you really believe him.Because in the end its you who will have e=to deal with the consequences.I think that he has learned his lesson and he will not cheat again but, you can't always be so sure he will say it but he may not mean it. So for your sake you can stay with him but make him earn back your trust (make sure you tell him) you never wan thim to think that he has gotten away with murder.

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