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My boyfrriend has dumped me twice, because he wants to try dating others...

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Question - (30 October 2005) 4 Answers - (Newest, 31 October 2005)
A female , anonymous writes:

I'm 20 years old and I've been dating the same guy for the past two years. We are normally very happy and have an awesome time together. However, 2 months ago, we broke up because he was scared he was never going to date anyone besides me. After 2 days, he said he wanted to be with me and that he was being stupid. Now, it has happened again! He was in an awful mood and broke up with me saying he might be tired of me and that we doesn't want to date me straight through college. Should I put up with this and just chalk it up to a fear of commitment? Or by letting him call all the shots am I just making myself weak and helpless? I really love him, and I would love to jump back into his arms if he let me, but is this the right thing to do? Please let me know.

~Hurt and Confused

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A reader, anonymous, writes (31 October 2005):

Let him go, hun. He's very immature and doesn't know what he wants and he's dragging you down. He's playing cruel games with your heart and your emotions. I know you love him...but never lose your self-respect to a guy like this. Dump him, mourn him and recover. It will take time but you will regain some self-respect back, knowing you can and will carry on without him. Life can be harsh..this is one of it's lessons that teach us to be strong and persevere. You will be happy have a lot to offer some decent guy who will love you back and appreciate you for your goodness, your beauty and kindness. Accept that this guy isn't him. Good luck Sweety

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A female reader, sexseahot United States +, writes (31 October 2005):

sexseahot agony auntNobody should have to put up with this treatment. I'm sure you can find someone that will want to be with you and KNOWS that, and wouldn't want to hurt you like this. It's not fair to you, especially if you wait around for him to come back to you. Move on with your own life. There are so many more men out there that know how to treat someone and knows what they want.

Take some time off from him if you really love him, he says he may be tired with you, well let him make his decision, but don't wait for him. If you get a chance with someone new, take it. Go and have fun and try and forget about him and how he is. Do you really want to deal with someone like him? I sure hope not.

Good Luck!

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A female reader, MissMariah1984 +, writes (31 October 2005):

You don't deserve to be toyed with and although you may love him and care about him, you should be with someone who wouldn't break up with you for anything in the world. Granted we all make mistakes from time to time and make bad judgements,he had his one shot and has done it again. He should have been man enough to learn from the first time that he dumped you and wanted you back. Don't give him another shot and find someone who will always be there for you Good Luck xoxoxox Mariah

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A female reader, kirsty2hot +, writes (30 October 2005):


This guy isn't sure what he wants yet and if he can't be grown up about it don't stick around it will happen again, there are other guys out there who would miss a day without you, it's you desicion

Goodluck x

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