Have you ever read a message that you shoudln'tve like a text or email or whatever that you shouldnt've read?And you found something that upset you?What did you do, did you talk to the person about it or did you bury it and not say anything? I know it is very wrong but I read a message my boyfriend had sent to this girl he slept with a while back, he said he wonders about her sometimes and hopes she is okay, he also said sorry that he had to block her because of me(I never even asked him too). He still said that he is with me and he also said she can come down to the bar with him and his friends. That part really upset me, I read this over 7 months ago and I've tried to let it go because I feel like he wouldn't cheat but it still worries me and I can't seem to let go, people tell me to tell him but I just can't do it, I know how it will end. I know I made a mistake by reading it and I have noticed my behavior towards him is a bit different. Is it possible to let something like this go?She hadn't replied back to him either and she did have a boyfriend at the time he messaged her. She is from his home town(in a different country) too.
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I read a conversation my boyfriend had with a girl-friend who lives across the continent. He said rude things about me such as I am not that pretty and he's not sure if he wants to be with me (we were together 1.5 years at that point). Seriously don't know why all that was said since he never acted that way before. He was sleeping and I was sitting there crying reading it, I woke him up and told him I don't want to be with him and it's over. Things are better since then and he said he wasn't thinking properly. Still to this day boggles my mind but it's in the past.
If she didn't respond back, it was 7 months ago and nothing bad has happened since, then try and leave it alone. Trust me, he will get upset you were snooping and bringing this up now rather than 7 months ago.
The only reason it worked in my favor is because he really did say things out of the ordinary he knew was wrong.1