Where I answer your questions about love, dating and hairy situations (questions in bold):
My boyfriend dumped me out of the blue two weeks ago. I had no clue. Everything was fine and then he said that things weren’t working out. I was caught unaware. I pleaded and asked what was wrong, if we could talk about it. He just said it was over. Last weekend, a friend told me he was dating one of his co-workers and that’s why he dumped me. How could this happen? Our relationship was fine. I did not know he was unhappy or not wanting to be there anymore.
You also didn’t know that he was a major douche. But now you do. I think the main question isn’t how and why this happened. The main question I have is why are you sitting around asking why. Obviously he doesnt give a fuck and has moved on. I suggest you find a way to follow suit.
I’ve been with my girlfriend off and on for the past four years. I love her. But she always dumps me. Then when I try to move on and date someone new, she comes back. And I always take her. I know that she loves me too because she always comes back to me when she thinks I am moving on without her. What I want to ask is how can I get her to stick around? Why dump me and then come back?
Because it makes her ego feel so so good when you dump that other somewhat amazing girl for her. She’s not serious about you and never will be. Otherwise she wouldn’t be dumping you and would stick around. And you wouldn’t have to write a bitch (that would be me) and ask her what to do. My advice? You do the dumping and don’t look back. Next time, find a girl with better self-esteem who can appreciate you.
This is a little embarrassing but I don’t wanna ask my friends. My boyfriend wants to have a threesome with another girl. He says it could be really fun. He’s done it before and really likes it. I’m open to new things but I don’t like the idea of seeing MY boyfriend with another girl. And I’m not interested in doing something with her. So what would be the point? Except to make him happy. I was hoping he’d drop it the first time he asked but he keeps bringing it up.
So many ways to answer this question, so little time…Bottom line: Just like anything else in a relationship, if you WANT to do it and are comfortable with it, then go for it. If not, which is what it seems you’re leaning towards, then don’t do it. Tell him no.
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