me and my ex have been together 3 different times in the past year. we broke up 3 weeks ago and I immediately got a new boyfriend. this new boyfriend has been my best friend for quite a few months now and was there for me every time something happened between me and the ex. me and the new boyfriend have been together for almost 3 weeks now and I couldn't have been happier with him. then two nights ago he came over to "visit with my parents" and he ended up staying until almost 5 in the morning. he told me he still loves me and that he wanted me back but that I was worth waiting for so he would wait until the end of school to get back with me when the new boyfriend graduated so that he wouldn't be there during the week to tempt me again. the ex is graduated and almost 4 years older than me. he has a work schedule where he goes to work when I get out of school and doesn't get out of work until 4 in the morning. I hardly ever get to see him but on the weekends when I got to see him it was amazing. the new boyfriend is so amazingly sweet that its almost to good to be true. he treats me amazing and loves me for who I am. I have these two guys in love with me and don't want to hurt either. what should I do?
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No offense, but I had a hard time understanding what you wrote. You have to be more focused; if your talking about your Ex- indicate your talking about your Ex-, talk and get him out the way. If your talking about Current, indicate your talking about Current and talk and get him out the way.
You don't have two guys in-love with you, your in-love with two guys. I love the female mind.
One guy will do anything for you. The other will say anything to have you. I don't know how to tell you to figure it out. Because, you claimed your dating your "best friend of quiet a few months." People don't become best friends in a few months, it takes years. No, it takes more than years, it takes some kind crude awakening. Some tremendously mind blowing sh*t and he/she was their for you through thick and thin.
How ever, I don't think either is right for you. Simply because you can't understand them. One's a roller coaster (the Ex-) who can't guarantee you that you'll see his face tomorrow. The other is just weird in my definition, simply because he's planning out his moves and dictating them to you. Unless that was the Ex-, then he's just unfit.
*Lmfao! at this point I went to finish what you wrote because I couldn't understand you at first
Well, what I caught was how great the new boyfriend is. And here I am talking about what an d*** the old boyfriend was. You have your answer. New Boyfriend. Old Boyfriend needs to learn from New Boyfriend. =)
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