When my boyfriend and I broke up a week ago, I ended up kissing another guy, and although he didn't kiss anyone, he met up with the same girl on two occasions to see if he had any feelings for her. Obviously what I did was worse, but I figure that if we get back together (we're talking about it), he should not be allowed to mention the guy I kissed, and I'm not allowed to mention the girl he met up with. I feel like that would be for the best. Is this unreasonable to ask of him?
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I think that as he would probably be more hurt by your actions than you are of his, that he should be allowed to discuss it if that is what he wants. If he wants to put it behind him, then that's his decision but I don't think you should force him to not talk about it.
For me, I prefer issues to be settled rather than ignored. Then, in the future if something out of your control happens and the topic is brought up again (maybe by the guy you kissed, or his friends, whatever), then he won't be upset by it again.0