Dating another girl she met
Even if I ask her how she is, he just tells me that she's fine and he just finished talking to her or something, and after that he'll still tell me he loves me.
Its like he's not ready to let go of her, and also doesn't want to let me go So he has two girls and you have empty promised.
He cheating and your helping him, he the girlfriend and you on the side. This is not a healthy relationship by any stretch, you need to break free, he's not going to break up with her, and if he does, how could you trust him. I don't understand how somebody could possibly help someone cheat on their girlfriend when they know that they are in a relationship. Think of how his girlfriend is going to feel when/if she finds out about this? The love part of a relationship doesn't come before the relationship has even begun.
So should I talk to him, or continue our relationship.? Do you really want to be responsible for making someone feel like that? He's feeding you line after line that you keep falling for.
With the second (non) ex, I realized there was an ounce of hope lingering in me that maybe we would reunite one day, and seeing that he was no longer available crushed it.
I know I'm not alone in feeling devastated over an ex moving on.
Months and sometimes years after a relationship, my heart rate still accelerates when I see an ex is dating someone new on Facebook. But that didn't stop his new profile picture, with an unknown woman next to him.
We're always sending "i love you" texts to each other.
If he loved you as much as he says he does he would be with you, he's cheating on his girlfriend with you.
Its like he's not ready to let go of her, and also doesn't want to let me go He cheating and your helping him, he the girlfriend and you on the side. This is not a healthy relationship by any stretch, you need to break free, he's not going to break up with her, and if he does, how could you trust him. If he really "loves" you as he said, which might I add that I don't think he really does considering the behavior you described, he would have already broken up with his girlfriend and lets face it...
A lot of my friends have confessed they've felt the same way, especially when they're forced to find out through social media.
Discomfort with an ex publicly pairing up again is also acknowledged in pop culture; after Marnie breaks up with Charlie on , she obsesses over the other woman she sees in his Facebook photos."Most people don't want to feel expendable, rejected, or out of control," sex and relationships therapist Cathy Beaton tells Bustle. Comparing yourself to your ex's new partner, whether to wonder if they're better than you or to wonder if they're similar to you, will lead you down the wrong line of reasoning.