- 6 years ago
I just discovered you post today and went through all 15 pages.
My advice to you would be to take it one day at a time and to follow your heart. I know you may be swayed by other people to end it, but if you know in your heart that isn’t what you want and that you are willing to work this out with your boyfriend, then you should.
I found out in March that my boyfriend of 6 years cheated on me last summer with a friend of a friend that I have never met. I found out through another friend, and when I first confronted him about it, he lied. Eventually, he did come clean to me and admit that something happen. he claimed they only kissed. I still don’t know if I believe that, but what I did believe was that he was truly sorry and remorseful. That he wanted to be with me. I made the decision to forgive him and work with him on moving forward. I can say that since I made that choice, our relationship has been better than ever.
He fucked up, yes. But people do make mistakes. Now, if something like this were to happen again, then absolutley, I would leave him. But it is my belief that no relationship is immune to problems. We may not always have to deal with cheating, but I think you understand what I mean. I think if you can work through this and both of you make an effort to be honest and figure out what can be done so that this never happens again, then your relationship will just be stronger.
Hope it all works out! Follow your heart, it will bring you to the right place.