Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
I have cheated on my boyfriend about 4 times and each time we broke up but got back together. Recently, I cheated again and this one was more seriuos than any other, so we are not together but still live in the same house and still does stuff together as if we're not apart. He thinks about the situation on and off and gets very mad with me and says alot of mean and out the way things but each time I say that I'm sorry. He talks about leaving but can't see me or him with anybody else. What should I do..what should we do?

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I see from your email address (which only I can see) that you are writing from a college.

My advice is to make an appointment at the mental health clinic. If you are going to the college where I think you are, here are the directions:

The Counseling Service sees clients by appointment. To make an appointment for an initial screening ("Intake"), either stop by the Front Desk of the Counseling Center located in the Main Lobby of the Shoemaker Building, or call 314-7651 to speak with a receptionist. Intake sessions are provided most hours the Center is open. You will usually not need to wait more than a few days to get an Intake appointment.

Good luck! George

-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com

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