Most Helpful Girl
I understand you. I was in a long distance relationship for over a year. We both have strict morals and stayed loyal, though I missed experiencing what it was like to be in a regular relationship, to be close to one another. I think that’s the case with you too. You wouldn’t hurt your boyfriend consciously, but the heart wants what the heart wants. I think you want something he can’t give you. When I broke up with my ex I cried so much and was so scared to lose him, yet I initiated breaking up simply because I missed important aspects in the relationship. I just had a moment of vulnerability that you are experiencing now too. Yet feeling guilty is good, you know that it was wrong of you to do that. I’m happy that you decided to be loyal to him now, but there is no excuse for cheating. If you are unsatisfied with the relationship, you should leave instead of keeping him close while searching for the missing parts in someone else. I would tell him.
Most Helpful Guy
Don't feel guilty about it. Nobody is perfect we all have needs. Don't tell him you kissed back. It was a mistake and he forgave you and moved on from it. I hope he is worth sacrificing all your guy friend's and going to parties. Your young enjoy your youth. Just because you go to parties doesn't mean you will kiss a guy every time. That won't happen all the time.