During most of this period, however, I ended up finding out that he was dating several girls, being intimate with all of them, and deceiving all of them by not telling any of us he was also hooking up with other girls. Basically, he was a Player. And we have had the most wonderful, loyal, perfect relationship for the last year and a half. So, yesterday I found out that during the couple months right before we officially became a couple, he in fact WAS still seeing other girls. Here is my dilemma:
A Guy I Wasn't Officially Dating Cheated On Me And It Still Hurt Like Hell
However , since you already have a relationship you enjoy, and none are perfect, despite your earlier claim , you may want to just use what you now know to create some new agreements and clarify expectations that were never articulated up until this point. I say all this to not only remind you that you have legitimate options, but to help you to realize that ultimately the right choice is dependent on how you feel.HOW TO GET OVER YOUR EX INSTANTLY - NO HOPE THEORY - BREAKUP PSYCHOLOGY
Consequently, the only decision you have to make is to simply do what feels better. If staying with him, creating new agreements, and learning to accept a less than picture-perfect past feels good, do that.
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Skip to content August 10, February 28, Tasha Caufield.
Should we break up over “cheating” before we were official?
So then what is cheating? Or does any act of perceived betrayal fall under the umbrella of cheating?
These questions prompted me to do some research. I came across an article on eHarmony to be of particular interest.
Not officially dating cheating
In my eyes, there are three basic fundamentals of cheating, regardless of the act itself or the intent behind the action.
Can any exceptions or justifications be made?
Sometimes it can be difficult to tell whether or not a relationship can blossom after the first or even second date, and I think a lot of people rush into relationships just for the sake of being in one. In a society that breeds narcissism, we sometimes forget to take the feelings of others into consideration.
That way no one is being kept in the dark and no one is wasting precious time. According to Katherine Schreieber of Greatist.