Her and her friends tell me that I'm the best guy she's ever met and that I'm the type of guy that she needed etc...
Anyways we had some disagreements a couple times with her saying the relationship was getting clingy. I did this dumb thing where I got butt hurt a few times when she wouldn't have sex with me. She told me and I told her I realized and I'd put a stop to it.
We had plans to go to her friends house for a small kick back but she told me she just wanted a night away to chill with her friends for some space. I said no problem and went and did my own thing.
She hit me up at like 2:30AM asking me to come over to her friends house, she was wasted and was on ecstasy. I was too drunk to drive and told Her I couldn't and just said to enjoy her self.
Next couple days she got super clingy and overly needy and the sex was constant. I figured she felt guilty about something and asked her if she cheated. She said no at first but then about 10 minutes later admitted to cheating. It was with some high school kid who she knew through her friends little brother.
She told me they just made out and he went down on her and then she passed out. Said that she told him she had a boyfriend and that we were happy but he went for it anyways. I believe this because I've seen her wasted before. I was about to get up and leave and she begged me to stay etc... Saying she would do what ever it takes for us to move past it together and if I needed time she would wait, and also said If I couldn't forgive her she would understand that too.
She told me things were so good with me that there was no end in sight like all her other abusive BF's. So she freaked out and just said when he went for it she just let it happen but then felt huge amounts of regret.
My question is I love this girl dearly and I've never met a girl I share more in common with than this one. Yes our relationship had a problem but we both opened up and were super honest after the cheating and I feel like were actually stronger than before. Is that possible? Or should I just let her go and find someone who won't cheat on me in the first place.
The other thing is she's graduated from college and this kid was only 18. So I know there is no emotional baggage here.
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If she's done it once she's likely to do it again. Whose to say when she goes out she's not with another guy? It's not as if you would keep track of everything she does. Think about it - when you look at her do you still have some feelings for her or are they replaced by disgust for what she did? Ask yourself what she would have done if you went and cheated on her?
Bottom line is once you do something it cannot be erased. She may be guilty now but if you forgive her now she's most likely to do it again because she knows you would accept her no matter what.
The choice is yours to make.2
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