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I didn't know we would be serious... and I cheated. Now we've broken up but he's still uncomfortable.

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Question - (29 May 2005) 2 Answers - (Newest, 16 November 2005)
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I'm 18 years old, and after having a bad relationship with a guy, I met someone I fell in love with. At first, I wasn't too serious with him and I thought he would end up being like my last boyfriend. Two months into the relationship, I cheated on him with a friend. We ended up together for 4 months after that, and I told him that I had cheated on him after we broke up. It's been six months and he still doesn't feel comfortable talking to me. I love him and I miss him, how can I help him get over it?

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (16 November 2005):

tell him that your in a relationship thats your just not in to ridht now and you still wanna be friend and maybe along your firendship you would see that you reallt wanna be whit him then make your move.

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A reader, star3482 +, writes (30 May 2005):

Just tell him you didn't think it was serious and stress that if you did, you would have never cheated. Tell him the whole ex boyfriend story and how you were just living a single life as you'd just got out of a relationship but now you really like him and want to start seeing him properly xx good luck xx

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