Why do guys sit there and say they just want to be friends after dating you, and then turn around and date someone else, when they claim they're not going to?
My boyfriend broke up with me on Friday, and he said he just wanted to be friends because I was "stressing him out". Like yeah, we fought a lot but it was because I was so irritated from when he kissed another girl like 2 weeks into our relationship, that I felt like I couldn't even trust him anymore, especially when this other girl was at his house like a week ago SHOWERING in his shower, and he considered it to be normal.
But I also think he used the excuse of me stressing him out because he couldn't keep his lies straight anymore and his stories weren't adding up and he was getting tired of me questioning him.
Anyways, the girl was having problems with her boyfriend and then broke up with him. Her status on myspace on Friday said she was single. So I had a feeling deep down inside he was going to go and date her. Then Saturday, lo and behold, her status says in a relationship and my ex is her #1. I confront him about it and told me to stop being so crazy and stop looking at people's myspace pages, and that he wasn't dating her, but they might date. And he never cheated on me, blahblahblah. And they were just best friends. Then the next day, when he finally logs on myspace, she was his #1.
When I called him to confront him about it, I was like, "I just want to know the truth. You're not going to hurt my feelings". I would much rather him tell me that they were dating than trying to sugarcoat things and cover it up. I was like, are you and Sam dating or not? He kept saying they weren't.
Why can't some guys just be man enough and break up with someone before you get with someone else? I really do believe he cheated on me with her, even though he claims he didn't. Now there's pictures on her myspace of him laying on her couch from the same day we hung out.
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your fighting with him about something that shouldn't matter to you. of course he probably cheated on you. what you should understand is that its nothing to be mad about. he wasn't worth it. from the beginning and be lucky that he at least broke up with you afterward. some would have kept both girls. he wasn't real with you so you shouldn't sweat it and move on.
as for the myspace thing its a bit much that your looking into it so much. he's not a man for not telling you upfront and not wanting to hurt you more but you need to be a women and realize your better than that and need to forget about it. take the good and throw the rest away as a waist of time and move on. there should be no hostility it was a learning experience.
also I understand your reasoning, but the moment you question him every waking moment and sweat him for every detail is the moment he will want to leave or cheat. nothing is more appealing than a girl who has confidence and is secure enough to know that their in charge. that girl is the girl ill never cheat on. so remember that for your next relationship hope that helped.0
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