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My boyfriend cheated on me, should I stay?

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ronjs posted 4/20/2021 00:38 AM

Hi. Your boyfriend is a lying, cheating, hypocrite.

Actions speak louder than words.

Leave him. Learn from this. His behaviour is very difficult, to impossible to change.

If you stay with him, itís at your own peril.

Cheers
Ron

BeenHereBefore posted 4/20/2021 21:25 PM

Re-read what Trapped74 wrote. If none of those apply, get out, run, start over . . . but most of all, take care of yourself

The1stWife posted 4/21/2021 02:35 AM

Every one that I know that was cheated on before the marriage (and then married the cheater) were cheated on during the marriage.

I can count 15 people at this time .

They all regret not having ended the relationship the moment the cheating occurred.

[This message edited by The1stWife at 7:52 AM, April 21st (Wednesday)]

ShutterHappy posted 4/21/2021 05:02 AM

was told that he sent these to two of his guy friends

Thatís what he told you. Those pictures could have been sent to other women and he could have told you that to get out of trouble.

What you do know is that heís being dishonest with you.

Imagine you want to buy the (new) car of your dream and while doing a test drive, it breaks down. The salesman tell you not to worry, itís just a glitch. You really wanted that car... What do you do?

ShutterHappy posted 4/21/2021 05:02 AM

Double post

[This message edited by ShutterHappy at 5:03 AM, April 21st (Wednesday)]

Gixxer1998 posted 4/21/2021 11:41 AM

In all honesty for me since your are not married and have no kids my advice would be to leave heal yourself and move on to bigger and better things. You don't have some of the big complications that others here have. So in that respect I feel it would be better to find another who will cherish you. I'm sorry this happened to you and I wish you the best.

flossy posted 4/21/2021 12:00 PM

hi there
i found your story and the replies you got really helpful as i feel i am in a similar position.
my bf of three years has been emotionally cheating on me through instagram, snap chat and facebook. (i also found out physically in the beginning of our relationship) i found out 9 months ago and finally broke up with him 2 months ago. its sooo hard because your mind will play so many tricks on you. "ohhh its not that bad" "hes changing" "he really loves me" etc etc. im still struggling. because he wont let me go. I too am christian so find it hard because we are suppose to be forgiving. but if we truly believe God is an abundant father then what is waiting for us is much better and we should not be living in fear.
I also am finding i am taking one step forward then two steps back. but every day i am getting stronger.
I hope to hear more from what you decide to do. i wish you the strength to follow your deep intuition.

some advice that helped the most was "dating is a trial and he failed"
"once trust is gone its almost impossible to get back"
"cheaters lie and then they lie some more"

Gixxer1998 posted 4/21/2021 12:50 PM

In all honesty for me since your are not married and have no kids my advice would be to leave heal yourself and move on to bigger and better things. You don't have some of the big complications that others here have. So in that respect I feel it would be better to find another who will cherish you. I'm sorry this happened to you and I wish you the best.

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