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He fooled me

My boyfriend cheated on me

Saturday, April 30, 2016 11:03 AM by Cc Rating: +16|-9

I've known since my 9th grade in highschool. Always shy i never approached him to tell him i had a crush on him. Im sure he noticed but nonetheless years would pass by us and i was still friends with him. One out of nowhere i decided to take a chance. Tell him how i feel and see what happens. Long story short we dated,eventually moves in together had a seemingly happy home. Got a dog and everything. How exciting it was just getting things together to make a home with him by my side. I truly hadnt been that happy in so long it was a true miracle. Months past i end up losing my job and though i became depressed he cheered me on. So i would clean the house cook and have everything ready by the time he came home. One day i wake up early morning and he's getting ready for work. He leaves his phone in the bathroom and it goes off while im brushing my teeth. I pick it up and its a message from a women telling him next sunday naturally i couldnt help but be curious. I saw photos and videos of this girl and him. I can tell you right now i feel so stupid and so insecure. He fooled me completely and i dont know if i could love him enough to want to stay now.

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Wednesday, September 7, 2016 3:42 AM
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You sound like until this happened that you feel "lucky to have him."  Do you have low self-esteem?  Or is he someone "out of your league?"  If things have really been amazing you could try to save the relationship.  If you want to try, talk with him right away about what you saw. In order to stay in the relationship you need to see a genuine desire on his part to make things work.  And that has to be ongoing, not just now. 

Just so you understand, things probably won't work out and he will probably cheat again in the future. He has probably already cheated on you in the past. Your best bet is just to plan your exit strategy. Think about what will work out best for you. If you don't have a job, maybe you need to start in the relationship until you have one. At this point don't be afraid to use him to get what you want and need. 

 

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