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TrarizaParticipantSeptember 29, 2017 at 2:42 pm #150945
Me and my boyfriend have been together for almost 2 years now and everything was great. We haven’t had any arguments what so ever. There have been 2 times when I felt insecure. First was his ex sending me Facebook messages about him being unloyal, which I found she was making it up and using old messages. Now his ex fuck buddy, who he says he was choosing between to be his girlfriend, has been messaging him recently. She was a rape victim, lost contact with my boyfriend, moved to a different state, and has a boyfriend she claims beats her. When this first started I caught a few glances at texts he sent to her.
“I only chose my girlfriend because of distance”, “I really did like you”. Now I have seen texts from him saying he wanted a beer and a blow job to which she responded with I will blow you when I visit next month. Then today (he gave me permission to look through his phone) I saw that she is coming in October and wants to see him. Further down he was talking about how it wo
TrarizaParticipantSeptember 29, 2017 at 2:45 pm #150948
Would be like if they had sex, and it seemed he would enjoy it. Then in his pictures there is a recent picture of her naked. I’ve asked him about but get said he just feels like he wants to help her and that I have nothing to worry about because in the one he can see marrying. Should I confront him again or what?
TreeLadyParticipantSeptember 29, 2017 at 3:13 pm #150965
If it were me, I would say something along the lines of, “It’s great that you want to help her but I get the feeling she wants more than that from you. So if you truly don’t want her romantically, you need to tell her that.”
To me, that says if he does, you’re good. If not, he does want her romantically.
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