I'd prefer never to tell him, to save him from being hurt and I just want to move on and continue on happy with him. I want to stay with my boyfriend. I love him like nothing else. Just with the issues he has , he's been neglectful of me honestly. I know that sounds unhealthy, but that's just how I feel. I don't plan to fuck his best friend or anyone else ever again as long as I am with him, just wanted some sexy, taboo fun. And my boyfriend hasn't been offering enough of that right now
Most Helpful Guy
What your boyfriend doesn't know won't hurt! We all have sexual needs that need to be satisfied so I don't blame you looking elsewhere for sex and intimacy since your boyfriend was neglecting you! If anything it's his fault considering he wasn't being intimate with you very often! Don't feel guilty about what you did because at the end of the day we all want to feel wanted in a relationship and as soon as we're neglected then it's perfectly normal to look elsewhere for some fun ;-) :-p1
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Most Helpful Girl
Being neglected hurts. It's unfair. It makes us question our value in the relationship and can shake up our self-esteem. But if his issues are so severe that you can't get through to him, and he isn't willing or able to put any effort into the relationship, the only fair thing is for you to end it and just move on. Go your separate ways.
Whether or not you need to tell him about you sleeping with his best friend is really something only you can answer. On the one hand, that kind of information is going to feel like a punch to the gut. It's a double betrayal. Why hurt him uneccesarily?
On the other hand, it can be argued that everyone deserves to know the truth. Maybe he should be made aware that his best bud is shacking up with this girlfriends from time to time.
Either way, you deserve someone who can give you the affection you deserve and the attention you crave, and he deserves someone who is loyal and honest, through good times and bad. The sooner the two of you break up, the sooner you'll both find someone new who will hopefully fill those roles. Pretending that things are fine when they're not is never healthy... for either party.0