Is it really over... Break Up or Make Up?
What Guys Said 1
Wow, talk about drama. I mean, from what you described, that's not being paranoid... that's straight up catching him. There's really no explanation there for what he did. He needs to talk to her, fine. He needs to stay late, fine. He needs to stay over... you know, I think that could even be fine too. But he needs to able to talk to you and explain things. Dodging you is just shady and he deserved to get dumped.
In the end, it's up to you (duh) but I don't think you could ever trust this guy. You should move on unless you can make it so that you're always ok with him having this ex on the side. I mean, that's not completely ridiculous -- some people do that. You just have to decide if it's something you want to do and my guess is that you wouldn't.1
What Girls Said 2
If he's cheated on you with his ex-wife (I'm guessing since you two we're dating and with the custody papers and what-not), that's not okay. I honestly think that you should have left him right when you found out that he was cheating on you in the first time. Clearly, if a guy cheats on you, he either is looking for something else, or doesn't like/love you not to cheat on you.
I know these are big words for a 15-year-old to say but still.
If he's gone back to her even after the divorce (again, assuming), and has done this to you for the second time you've been dating him, do NOT take him back, even if he comes crawling back. He will promise you that it's not going to happen again but it will.
I think there's a saying but it might just be me: ''Once a cheater, always a cheater''
Hope this helps :)1
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