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cheated after 6 years

I cheated on my boyfriend

Wednesday, May 18, 2016 3:26 PM by Guest Rating: +8|-7

hi! guest from europe hie. i cheated on my boyfiend after 6 years of beeing together. he was my first love,  sex was great. we were talking about creating a famely but it dind't hapen. i found out i have pcos and many other problems. i started to feel presured to make a famely. i met someone on the internet and we had instant connecton. first time we met we had just kissed but since that we had sex 2times and i loved every part of it. i still wat to continue on with my boyfiend i love him. i just wanted to experience more than one guy beffore all the treatments to make a baby. should i tell him? i think if i do he will go .. i love him and not the other one. what should i do? 

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Thursday, May 19, 2016 5:26 AM
Lanah102

Yes! do the right thing and let him now. Unless you are more than happy for him to do it to you?

 
Thursday, May 19, 2016 10:27 PM
Gantz

You'll probably choose to do what benefits you anyway but- here goes: be honest with him. If he has been loyal and kind to you then he didn't deserve what you did but now that you have- you need to come clean. Sympathize. How would you feel if your boyfriend thought so little of you that he cheated on you when you were only recently sharing your thoughts on your future and dreams? To be honest I don't think you have the right to keep him anymore. Instead of talking it out with him you opted to meet up with someone else and pleasure yourself all the while having the ability to communicate with your boyfriend and solving the issue. You're not a bad person but sad to say you aren't a dependable nor trustworthy person after this. A relationship is supposed to be about trust and you threw that away for some cheap pleasure and then still want to entagle him? No. Let him decide. Be honest and at least retain some honor and dignity instead hiding what you did. At least in the end no one can say you don't have any self worth

 
Thursday, May 19, 2016 10:54 PM
Guest

Word!

 
Friday, July 8, 2016 6:28 AM
Guest

If you know that you made an honest mistake then don't confess. It sounds selfish if you don't but it's selfish if you do confess, you would only be confessing to him because you feel guilty. If you have only been with your boyfriend for a month that would be another story but you have been with your boyfriend for 6 years. Just don't confess but make sure you don't do it again & learn your lesson.

 

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