I have been seeing two people but want to let one go

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I have been seeing two people but want to let one go

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    geedwardo
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    May 9, 2016 at 3:57 pm #100013
    I have been seeing two people but want to let one go

    I’I started seeing someone and we were dating for several months. I felt that the relationship had run its course and he went away for a couple of weeks on travels and I was to tell him when he came back. Whilst he was away I met up with someone I had been speaking to prior. We spent a weekend together. When the person I was dating came home i told him I couldn’t pursue the dating anymore. He asked me why things had changed and in my eyes there were two reasons. The fact that I felt the relationship had run its course and second that I had seen someone behind his back that I didn’t intend to at first to be anything serious but not I feel it is. I finished things and bought things to a close but he was persistent in asking me if there was anyone else and I said no because didn’t want to hurt him and I didn’t feel there was any benefit because I wanted to finish things anyway. I now feel extremely guilty and a bad person but do I tell the person I broke up with there is someone else ?

    May 10, 2016 at 1:15 pm #100067

    No. That will only throw acid on the wound. Just stand your ground firmly that things are through and you’re moving on.