So, I broke up with him a couple of days ago. Someone at his work contacted me believing that she thought he may be cheating on me with a coworker of his. When I confronted him about this, he said that he had been flirting with a girl and took her on a date (after telling everyone at his work that he had left me). He said this went on for a week and then broke it off with her, because he felt guilty.
He told me nothing happened on the date, he picked her up, they saw a movie, he took her home. Not even a goodnight kiss.
Here's the kicker, I see him everyday. He is the babysitter for my niece and nephew (they live with me). He agreed to do it still until we found a new one. We both seem to want to get back together and work it out.
I guess the point here is, should I? We have talked it out, cried it out, all that stuff. (We were together one 1/2).
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Are you serious? He took another girl out on a date while in a relationship with you...and you wanna know if you should take him back?
Just because he didn't kiss her or anything (which is most likely a lie) doesn't mean its not cheating. This guy is a hardcore cheater and the longer you'll be in a relationship with him, the worse its gonna get. Let him go and let some other girl deal with him.
Just because you were together for a year and a half doesn't mean you shouldn't end it. My girlfriend / fiance of 8 years cheated and I refused to take her back, and she even tried for months. Point being, cheaters don't change. There's an underlying problem in your relationship that causes him to feel he needs to go somewhere else, and if that's how he feels, let him go.
Personally, I'm harsh with cheaters. I think they're disgraceful human beings who make a concious decision to hurt their significant other. When I was cheated on, it was one of the most painful experiences of my life, and while your situation is (supposedly) just a date, its still cheating.
I hope you don't take this dude back, but either way hopefully it works out the best for you. Good luck.0