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I cheated on my boyfriend

Sunday, May 29, 2016 12:11 PM by Ryme016 Rating: +23|-66

Man, this is quite stupid to do but I need some serious advice. Yesterday (4/28/16), I cheated on my boyfriend. Him and I have been dating for a month, to be honest, I love the guy with all my heart, he's funny, cute, smart, and everything I've ever wanted. On the day I cheated, my best friend just left my house and about an hour later an old friend of mine texted me saying he wanted to come over because he just graduated tge day along with my best friend. I thought the guy was only going to come over for about a minute to talk about him graduating and stuff. To be fair I believe it was mostly my fault for cheating because him and I have done some things in the past, but those days were long gone. I should have known things were going to go badly, but of course I'm a dumb ass and let things go the way they did. This guy literally took a nap on my bed and woke up saying that he had an open invitation for me to touch him. I refused, saying that I had a boyfriend and everything. However, he didn't listen and I soon caved. I feel extremely horrible and I became someone I hate the most. A cheater. I hate myself and to this day I feel extremely guilty for doing something so stupid and inconsiderate and maybe a little selfish. I've never cheated on someone before because I've never been in an actually relationship aside from the one I am currently in. Please tell me, what I should do. I know I should confess and tell him, but... i don't know how. I don't want to break his heart or anything. I love the guy, I still do. I know I love him, but I don't think I love him enough to not cheat on me advice...what should I do? 

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Sunday, May 29, 2016 10:58 PM

forget the past..move on..

Monday, May 30, 2016 4:14 AM

  Wrong advice above.☝As soon as a relationship  starts with deciet  it only goes down hill from there. Yes you must confess  and let the boyfriend  choose what he what's to do.  Ask yourself this, why did you do it? If you don't  you can easily  repeat the mistake again. You played your man for a fool and you wouldn't want to be played like the way you did him. You only been together  for a month believe  me it won't be too much of a heart break....   if he stays  with you stay away from men. Your to fucking horny to be around us. Expect  the name calling coming your way. 

Monday, May 30, 2016 6:16 AM

what would you want your boyfriend to do if he did the same things as you have done?

Monday, May 30, 2016 6:35 AM

so you dont love your boyfriend. There is not a spectrum where you love your boyfriend some, but not that much. you either love him or you dont and you dont. Just be honest abou that tell him the truth and its only been a month, there is a good chance he wasnt taking this relationship all that seriously either so just be honest and its possible everything will be fine. But yes you are an idiot if you didnt think some guy who you had sex with in the past would try to fuck you again if he came to your house. 

Tuesday, May 31, 2016 12:06 AM

Thay's so funny, Love him so much but not enough to not cheat on... 

Tuesday, May 31, 2016 10:18 AM

Tell him his girlfriend is easy to fuck

Thursday, June 2, 2016 2:36 AM

You don't love your boyfriend enough not to cheat on him.  And you're easy.

Thursday, June 2, 2016 2:36 AM

You don't love your boyfriend enough not to cheat on him.  And you're easy.

Thursday, June 2, 2016 3:33 AM

I've learnt to ask myself "why?"

You should be honest firstly. Let the poor boy know and go.

Then ask why you did what you did? No one forced you, so why?

To be honest, you need to not be in a relationship by the sounds of things.


Monday, June 6, 2016 6:58 AM

If u feel so terrible, dump them both and move on.....

Tuesday, June 7, 2016 4:08 PM

I have recently just done the same thing. It was with someone who I have been friends with for years he has always wanted something more but I never did and he's always been so nice so I never thought anything of it. He was having a rough time and said he wanted someone to speak to and I love to make people feel better - he kissed me and I stopped and said no and everything was awkward and one thing led to another. I waited 2 weeks to tell him he didn't take it well however we are trying to work things out and therefore you should confess because if it is really just a silly mistake he will know when he sees you and what way you choose to tell him will show how sorry or not sorry you are.

Friday, July 8, 2016 6:05 AM

If you are not going to make the same mistake again then don't tell him. I know it sounds selfish but it's not, it's selfish if you confess because that is you wanting to tell him because you feel guilty. Either stay with him don't make that mistake again & deal with the guilt or confess & break up with him. If you don't think you can deal with the guilt then just brake up with him because what if you lasts 5 years with him and after 5 years you can't handle the guilt and you end up confessing when you could have confessed way earlier so yeah. Hope this helped! 

Thursday, July 14, 2016 4:23 PM

I agree with the person above.  Because as soon as you tell him nothing is going to be  the same.

Thursday, July 14, 2016 6:18 PM

First decide on what you want. You cheated and you may feel bad but you didn't feel bad enough not to cheat. Do you love him? It doesn't sound like it. You see, loving a person means caring about them and their well being. In the case of a partner in a monogamous relationship, loving them means being monogamous. It means maintaining their trust. How is he going to trust you enough to get married and be sure the kids are his and not some random guy's kids? You acted like a slut. Sluts do not make good wives. Either do liars. If you love him, you will let him decide what he wants to do. He has a right to know the truth so that he can choose to dump you, and find a decent woman. If he chooses to believe in your love, then he will be sticking his neck out there for you. It will be proof of a very strong love from him. If he wants you to stay with him, do not disapoint him again. The next time will kill him. He will blame himself for being stupid enough to trust you and let you break his heart. If you already have kids at that point, he will blame himself for putting the kids through this hell you gave him. Let him choose. 

Thursday, July 14, 2016 10:04 PM

Do not confess - confession takes the burdon off you places it on him - why make him miserable because of your indiscretion/infidelity? His trust will evaporate and doubt will always be in the back of his mind no matter how innocent your future actions, absentions and friendships.

How would you feel if he confessed to you that he had cheated? Most probably miserable, humiliated, inadequate, furious and alone. You would envision his infidelity until you were sick to your stomach. And you would question and doubt his every movement. If you love him, do not do this to him.

Your guilt is your punishment. Bear it, learn from it, and realise your mistakes, like your triumphs and experiences, are the fabric of your life and make you 'you'. Your confession will not change 'you', but everybody's perception of you will change drastically, to mistrust, loose morals, easy lay, unfaithfulness and even hate; and also of the man you love, from wondering what he did that caused you to cheat, to pity for him that requires 'consolling' from interested, understanding third parties of the female variety, to him having a percieved right to do the same (cheat) to keep the (his) universe in balance.

Nobody is perfect. People have been around for millions of years, and you'd think we'd have all the answers by now, but still there are troubled relationships, child-rearing mistakes, hatred and wars. What you did, in the big picture, is relatively harmless: nobody died, and as a matter of fact, you did what you (and every living thing) are genetically programmed to do: procreate.

Ignorance is bliss, an old saying, but consider this: Adolf Hitler's mother died blissfully thinking her son was a loving sweet angel while his sister died knowing he was one of, if not the most, vilianous mass murderers in our planet's history. Allow your man to think of you with heartfelt bliss rather than heartbreaking knowledge.

You can't change your past, only your future



Friday, July 15, 2016 11:08 AM

You should tell him the truth if he leaves you thats your fault your mistakes also come with consequences maybe you'll know what to do next  you obviously dont love him if you cheated on him might as well kick rocks and wait till you find real love

Friday, July 15, 2016 10:58 PM

You don't love you your boyfriend. Leave him because he deserves better.

Saturday, July 16, 2016 7:58 AM

Give the gvuy a break. You are obviously cursed with round heels. If you are that easy, you will cave again in the future and wind up screwing up at least two lives.


PS It is a prerequiste with you that you only cheat with people you have had a "relationship" before?

Monday, July 18, 2016 1:58 PM

Get them legs open again asap you loved it and he'll never know

Monday, August 1, 2016 1:59 AM

Dont tell him! Just end the relationship if you don't love him enough not to cheat. If you do decide to stay with him then don't have guys over when he's not with you. 

Friday, August 12, 2016 7:25 AM

You Don't sound like a loyal person. If you were loyal you wouldn't have let the guy come over. This is why guys hate it so much when women insist on keeping male friends after they are in a relationship. here's the truth. Women don't have guy friends. Women have guys that want to fuck them. These guys are friendly to the women, but they are not friends. I'm a guy. I have guy friends. I don't have to worry that if I get drunk they are going to fuck me. A woman can never honestly say that about their guy "friends". 

Friday, September 9, 2016 12:25 PM

I agree with the guest above.  Women should not have guy friends if she is in a relationship.  Evey guy thinks about the possibility regardless of how remote of fucking a woman that is his "friend".  If you believe otherwise you are fooling yourself.  Every guy friend you have would do you if the opportumity presented itself. The same reason married men should not have female friends and married women should not have male friends.   If you tell your boyfriend it will most likely end the relationship with him.  If you don't tell then he could find out from your "friend" and that would really be bad.  May be best to ust leave him. 

Friday, September 9, 2016 12:55 PM

It is true  Married women with menfriends is asking for trouble  Men who have married women as friends  would fuck them in a minute if he had the chance. Men love Pussy oh well


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