My girlfriend is spending time with her ex and it bothers me
This article will discuss how you should communicate with your girlfriend if you feel like she is spending too much time with her ex.
You can tell her you’re upset but if she does anything to make it worse you can cut her off completely.
Sometimes having a girlfriend can get old, so when things get boring, you want to be sure she’s seeing you and not the other guy.
So there is a problem I have with my girlfriend that I would like to address here
I have been in a relationship with her for 4 months and we had a nice and comfortable start.
However, now it has been about a month and a half and we don’t speak as often as we did a month ago.
This is not so much due to the sex aspect because she has been getting better at taking care of herself, she is getting a little bit more demanding of me sexually now, but more so because she is spending a lot more time with her ex.
I don’t think I should be worried, because he is not getting much of a say in what’s going on with us, but she seems so excited to be back with him again, that it’s becoming a little bit more difficult.
For example, I saw him a couple of days ago, and we ended up making out and he even went down on me which I haven’t had done in over a year.
This past weekend she went to his and was so ecstatic to be back there again, that she came back to me in the morning as nothing happened and told me about her night.
I don’t think I should be bothered but at the same time, it is just making me more jealous and not wanting to be with her when I know she is in a place where she can be happier.
Please help, because my situation is starting to make me feel more depressed and it’s starting to affect our sex life.
I don’t want to break up with her because she’s so great and all but I don’t know how long I can wait for her to get over this ex before I cut her off completely.
If you are right and she’s cheating on you then I guess I’ll have to take your advice, but I would be pissed off because it was obvious to me that they were back together.
But on the other hand, if he is now getting her back I guess I’ll have to learn to accept that it is what it is and that she’ll never get over him.
What do you say?
There is no point in you being pissed off and breaking up with her because of jealousy.
If she’s sneaking off with him, then she is likely to do that in the future and the time to end things is now.
It sounds to me like you are making this all about sex.
All women cheat on their husbands, so let’s start being honest about this.
If she’s cheating on you with this guy, then she’s also cheating on you with other guys.
You have to accept that because you are in a relationship with her and she’s out getting laid.
You can’t have a relationship when one of you is off having sex with another person.
If he’s getting her back because they’re doing that now, then it is clear to me that he won’t be getting her back if you two break up.
If I were you I’d tell her that you want to be friends, that you respect her, but if she goes back to him, then she is off the market.
Tell her that you know you’re her first love, but that you know that being with her now won’t get you that much fulfillment and that you want to find someone that is honest and faithful.
If she doesn’t take you back then you don’t have to put up with the hypocrisy.
If she does go back to him then you have to accept that this is what happens when people get back together.
If she doesn’t respect you then she doesn’t respect herself either, and I don’t think she deserves you, or any guy for that matter.
If she did respect you then I think you would have something to talk about and perhaps be able to come to some kind of understanding, but if she’s just getting him back to have sex and she’s a habitual cheater, then I don’t think she deserves you either.
You can’t live a lie with someone who doesn’t respect you.
Be honest, and be true
Hello, I have been in a 12-year relationship with my husband and we have been married for 10 years now.
About 2 years ago I found out that he has been cheating on me with another woman.
I felt horrible for him and called him out on it.
He told me he was sick of hiding it and had left his wife.
He said he wanted to try to be together and I was heartbroken but still agreed to try and be together.
We have been living together for 2 years and going strong, he had been sober for about 2 years now.
Recently he and I were sitting at home after having had dinner together and were talking about how his daughter is doing and what he is doing with his life.
He said that he doesn’t know if he should be with me or stay with the woman he left behind.
I was shocked and completely crushed.
I told him that he doesn’t have to decide just yet because it’s not the right time, but the next day he admitted to meeting with the woman again.
I confronted him and he said he needed to tell me and let me down as gently as possible.
I am still upset and I don’t know how to handle all this.
Should I confront him or just let it go?
Signed, Really Upset and Surprised
This guy is about to come clean.
I don’t think you want to stay with him, and I think you would want to confront him.
I think he wants to tell you the truth, but he doesn’t think you will leave him.
You deserve better
However, I don’t think you should confront him right away, but you should confront him soon.
He is in a relationship, and I don’t think you should be in one with him, because he’s in a relationship.
You have already agreed to try and be together, but he has been lying to you.
He has already lied about his past and he has already lied to you.
You are upset, and I’m not surprised.
But don’t say goodbye.
Because if you have been married to him for the last 10 years, he’s going to lie to you.
He doesn’t respect you and you don’t respect him.
He’s not going to tell you upfront that he’s been living a double life and lying to you and that his past is a bunch of crap.
Instead, he’s going to do it at the very end.
Saying goodbye now is bad for him and bad for you.
There’s nothing fair about it, but he doesn’t deserve you.
You deserve someone who respects you and someone who loves you for the beautiful person you are.