My boyfriend and I are long distance and we have a big time difference (4 hours) so when he calls me "at night" he's really calling me at 8 o clock, which means he has the night free to do whatever he wants. I'm very suspicious and something happened between us in a conversation where it was clear he was lying about something, but it's not clear as to whether or not he cheated on me. I want to know if he did, but I've asked him and he says he hasn't. I figure if he wants to be with other girls, he should have just used long distance as an excuse and broke up with me. So how do I get him to confess without nagging him? Any special things I could say to make him feel really guilty? Don't tell me that I have trust issues, I know I do, and as far as I'm concerned I'm pretty sure all men cheat, especially ones who are attractive.
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i am exactly f***in like you except with my girl. I'm in a long distance relationship too but anyway. I doubt you can make him guilty but you can say you know he did it and he has once chance to admit it or f*** him.that probably won't work but there's not much you can but try to get him to stumble on his words so that you know he did something. I used to cheat on my girlfriends all the time but I never cared about them. I care about my girl now and I would NEVER cheat on her. if he loves you he won't cheat on you.0
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