She's crazy about me. Has been. Swept her off her feet two years ago. She couldn't see me for 5 months because of her parents. When I saw her the first time 5 months.. she literally had a panic attack was shaking and crying at the same time barley could speak. We started sneaking around again. I asked he r if she wanted to move in with me after I finish the police academy which is soon. She is moving away from her family and her friends to be with me.
We can only see each other once a month and she doesn't really call me or text me too much. She straight up told me before I'm not good at being a girlfriend. I'm her first real relationship.
Here's the deal though. She used to be a slut and even admitted it. I slur shamed her when she told me her count and she wrote me a novel on how she regrets it and she's grown up and that was ridiculous what she did.
I don't know if she's just a really attractive lost girl and loves me or if she's cheating and I shold get the f out. I've hurt her kind of treated her poorly in the past but that's the past.
She sometimes tells me about other guys hitting on her. But I don't know why she doesn't text or call a lot I've mentioned it before she said she just doesn't want to bother me. I remember I called her afterribly a month of me telling her to move in with me. She was almost crying over the phone when I told her I miss her.
She knows I'm only getting 3 to 4 hours of sleep with the academy but I love to hear from her.
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Alrighty mac; let me give you some truth.
First and foremost, be sure not to disregard your past harm you've done to her as simply 'the past'.
Make sure you're a better person than you previously were when you did treat her poorly, because you want her to be a better person than her past days of being a slut, yes?
It's a fair and mature exchange on both of your ends. Just make sure you both uphold it.
Now, I won't tell you that your suspicion is unneccessary. However, only to an extent should you be suspicous.
While her past isn't too pretty, it is your responsibility to trust her. Trust that she has grown and learned, and will not harm you because she loves you and you love her.
(She does love you, doesn't she? And you love her, yes?)
In other words, watch out for your girl like you as her man should, but don't ever doubt that she loves you enough to not to cheat. And if she doesn't love you... you know what to do.
Good luck, bro~0