Friday, March 11, 2016 12:27 PM by The boy who lived.
Hi, I broke up with my girlfriend today. Well, I don't even know was she even my girlfriend. 4 months ago, we met each other in the apps called "Spotafriend". I'm from an Asia country and she lives in UK, we talked a lot and we felt like we were meant for each other, so we got together, and so she introduced me to some friends but not her family, because she said her family wasn't really appreciate her to have a relationship. I believed her, and we sometime does webcams and we had a wonderful time. I thought she was the one I was looking for. And just not so long ago, she said she thinks that she do not feel it, she don't think we could last long, she decided to break up. So eventually I went to ask her friend what actually happened, and what I can't believe was her friend actually thinks that we are just some internet friends, she told me she broke up with someone 1 month ago and had a new boyfriend right after that. So basically she's never single when I'm with her smh. At first I don't believe it at all, I went and find the guy to talk, and wtf he said yes and told me it's none of my business and tells me to fuck off. And as things goes on, I finally figured out everything, I was just some "random guy" she knew online and to play with when she's bored. Here's the thing, if you are in a long distance relationship/you want a long distance relationship, first, you can't just trust whatever he/she said. If he/she isn't introducing you to their family/friends and telling them you're her/his boyfriend/girlfriend. You should be worry, and it's time to doubt, it doesn't mean you don't love her/him, you just need to make sure. I trusted her too much, and it's what I get. Little advice, you can go and ask her/his friends around, but make sure your bf/gf doesn't know about it. Because if so, they will probably start a fight like 'You don't trust me, omg you don't love me anymore.' Or you could just hint their friends to let them think you're in a relationship with her/him, so if they are surprise like: 'WTF you two are together !?' Then you'll know something is wrong. But make sure you get the proofs because maybe his/her friend could be lying to you. I know I made a lot of grammar mistakes there, I'm sorry, but English is my third language. Thank you for reading.