I feel so bad...Advice please, I need it..
Me and the guy I've been talking to for the past 4months f***ed tonight we protected ourselves and everything (which I brought four condoms) in which we only used one cause we only did it once. And to add to this I swear it felt like he was just doing it to give himself pleasure in it wasn't nice I didn't come or nothing it was like he was doing it to just do it and then after we were done I tried to kiss him and he pushed me away. I've never felt like this before I got treated like a slut and I don't deserve this. What should I do? I feel like not talking to him anymore I don't want to be anybody toy and to top it off he took the three condoms that were left wow that hurt even more cause clearly am not the only one He's f***ing with. :( It sucks he`s that way..I know I messed up...
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What Guys Said 3
Yea it sounds like you messed up but you can't beat yourself up. We all mess up, but you just have to learn from your mistake and move on. Yea I think you should stop talking to him as well. Its just one of those things where you just have to chalk it up as a mistake and not let it happen again. Just don't be down on yourself too long, because you didn't know he would be like that.
Sounds like he's just there for sex or to "get his rocks off". especially taking the condoms after sounds highly suspicious.Even though I'm a virgin, I would never do this to a girl who I'm willing to have sex with, its just not right. not concerning himself with your pleasure needs, refusing to kiss AND pushing away, taking the condom which arn't his. a guy should not do these things to someone he loves.you don't deserve this and really should leave the jerk.
What Girls Said 2
Get him out of your life and move on.Don't talk to him anymore;he doesn't deserve you or your time:D He wasn't even worth your time sex wise chica,don't talk to him anymore.He's selfish,and this has been established sexually,so if he's selfish sexually,he'll be selfish in other aspects of the relationship.