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xodknxo96ParticipantApril 3, 2017 at 11:32 am #131876
So, to start, by no means am i making any excuses here. I am devastated, even 8 months later. Me and my boyfriend, now of 2 and half years, have been through absolute hell and back. We met right before i turned 18, and i am now turning 21 in 4 months. We definitely weren’t the “ideal” couple, we fought ALOT and did childish things. But now we are as happy as could be and we’ve made so many plans for the future. 8 months ago, a little before my 20th birthday and after a while of fighting, we decided to go out to a bar with one of his friends. We were all drinking, and he was being rude to me the entire night. All in all, him&his friend ended up leaving me while i was completely trashed and this other guy (who he knows) texted me and asked to hang out. I was obliterated and barely remember anything. I let him pick me up& i cheated on my boyfriend, of then almost 2 years. I don’t want to lose him after a drunk mistake, I’ve been so depressed. Never again. Advice?
jessParticipantApril 3, 2017 at 2:19 pm #131912
do you want to get back with your ex? If so maybe try reaching out to him and see how he responds? Of course he would be affected by it, but try to let him let you speak. If you do love him and he feels the same way, you guys will be able to work it out somehow. Stay positive!
Ale.ravellooParticipantApril 4, 2017 at 12:44 am #131960
You coild try to give him some space for a couple of days that way both of u have time to process what will happen next. Im sure hes just as devastated as you are but giving him some time to process this will be ideal. After that try reaching out for him and be as open and honest as possible.
richiroParticipantApril 4, 2017 at 5:14 pm #132083
all you can do is apologize.. do what you can to reassure him it won’t happen again.. and take whatever happens.
you can’t predict how he’ll take it, deal with it, or how long (just as if HE cheated on you with somebody YOU knew).
so on this one.. you can’t make any demands at any time.. you just have to go with it.. let it be. and decide if his reaction and ongoing handling of it works for you or not.
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