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Should I believe him after what I saw?

My boyfriend cheated on me

Tuesday, May 24, 2016 3:57 AM by Guest Rating: +5|-2

I'm not proud of this,  but my boyfriend left his facebook account open on my computer,  and I went through his messages.  Besides him calling his female friends things like cutie,  love or treasure,  I didn't find anything interesting  in his recent messages.  Until I eventually decided to check on the messages from back when we got together,  before we started living together,  two years ago.  Turns out the very day he asked me to be his girlfriend,  a girl was sending him tooooons of messages to see him a and  such,  and he replied asking her to be his friends with benefits,  to make  love (ew I know,  their expression not mine),  telling her how hot she is anf stuff.  She  was always the one who talked to  him,  and when she asked to meet he always told her he was busy.  After much denying it he admitted he had a girlfriend and that he didn't think he could keep himself from cheating if he met the girl.  But he was leaving the country in a few weeks so they ended up meeting to say good bye (at 2am I might add).  He told me. nothing happened,  and he never went through with having  srx with her after I became his girlfriend,  but I don't know if I should believe him.  One of the messages,  in reply to the girl being outside his house and asking for a last cigarette,  says '' really?  I just took my pants back off''.  He says its because he took them off to sleep after he left...  Anyway,  is it realistic?  Please help!! 

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Wednesday, July 13, 2016 9:10 AM
Ashley

I'm not sure.... If anything he should stop contacting the girl to prove his loyalty. But you cant ignore the underlinning possibility of him possibly being unfaithful. It's very odd to ask her to be his FWB the same day he asked you out. If he asked her first to be his fwb beforr asking you out, why not ask her to be his girlfriend instead? He obviously found her attractive and she very much wanted to be with him. Plus, after getting with you, why was she at his house anyways? Don't forget not immediately breaking it off with her the second he got together with you. It's all suspicious. Tell him your feelings and explain why you still feel uncomfortable about it. Hopefully it'll get resolved. Best of luck! :))

 

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