Is my EX bf of 3 years deceiving me? Is he using me as the last resort ?

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Is my EX bf of 3 years deceiving me? Is he using me as the last resort ?

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    girlonfire
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    October 28, 2014 at 9:59 pm #66761
    Is my EX bf of 3 years deceiving me? Is he using me as the last resort ?

    So i looked at my ex’s emails (from two weeks ago) and saw him telling his friend that he has been talking to a girl from online, but that she lives far away. He also said in the email that he thinks he might see her. We were dating for over 3.5 years and have been broken up for about a month. I am confused because when i saw him couple days ago he told me he loved me and sees us getting back together, but he also said that he isn’t trying to rush into anything or rush into getting back together with me. He also said that he had no plans to date anyone. I feel lied to because his emails sound like he did have previous plans to see someone else. I don’t want to be anyone’s last resort. I don’t know how to feel because he didn’t tell me about this when I saw him last weekend, but I also know I am not his gf. He knows I really want to be with him again, but I hope he isn’t stringing me along. What should I do to make him want to get back with me? Is he using me as a last resort?

    lizzy569
    lizzy569
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    October 31, 2014 at 4:09 am #66890

    First off, honesty is the best policy, so I’m going to be honest in saying it is an extreme invasion of his privacy to be reading his email. However, you aren’t crazy for being cautious in believing everything he is telling you. It’s hard to say whether or not he is deceiving you, but the best course of action would be to sit down and have a serious talk with him.