I know it's a lot to read but please read before answering. Ok I know what you're all thinking and I agree, there is no excuse in most cases. However I just want to give a little bit of a background. I'm a loser, I grew up without many friends and I never even had my first kiss until less than a year ago. The 3 girls I've ever been involved with physically were all within the last 10 months and were all extremely long distance. I met a girl from Korea about a year or so ago (before my first kiss) but it was going to be a year before I was going to be able to see her (I got stationed there). I broke things off with her and later I met the love of my life, amazing girl (from UK). We had the most beautiful LDR ever and we met in person for about 2 weeks. However it was going to be 1-2 years before we could be togehter permanently. We were dating for over 6 months and I ended up getting stationed in Korea and hung out with the Korean girl previously mentioned. I trusted myself and my girlfriend also trusted me. I had no intentions of doing anything with the Korean girl other than friendly things.
She was basically gonna be my "tour guide" while I'm stationed here for a year. As time went by she started showing more and more signs that she wanted more with me, over time it just became hard to resist, one thing lead to another and we... did things. Keep in mind I had barely even had my first kiss less than a year prior to that. In the heat of the moment all I was thinking about is how great it was to have that amount of affection right in front of my face, the type of love and effection that I've never gotten to enjoy. I love the other girl (UK girl) with all my heart and I planned on spending the rest of my life with her. I felt very guilty afterwards and admitted everything to her. I could've just kept it a secret but I was honest about it. I admitted the truth to both girls and now the UK girl doesn't want to speak to me ever again and blocked me.
Most Helpful Girl
I'd be very surprised if the one from the UK ever gave you a second chance.
Cheaters don't deserve second chances, in my opinion, because they consciously made decisions that they knew would hurt their partner. Hurting someone on purpose because you can't be honest with them or realistic about your expectations is not okay with me.1
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Most Helpful Guy
Yes everyone deserves a second chance, as long as that person as regret0