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Is what I did wrong, or not? Help me in this situation?

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Answer #1 | 23/12 2013 06:59
I have to say, it sounds like a lot more maturing has to happen here, on both sides. If he broke up with you, accept it and move on. Before you can be happy in a relationship, you have to understand and accept who YOU really are. Realize that just "hanging out" with a guy is not an offense to a committed relationship, but his asking you if it was "okay" for him to hang out with a girl is just his way of controlling your emotions and making you jealous. Sounds very juvenile to me.
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Answer #2 | 23/12 2013 06:59
Be graceful and walk away from this man, because YOU honey DESERVE BETTER. I know it will hurt and you may still really love him, but he is playing games with your heart which isn't nice and shouldn't have to be tolerated. You should be allowed to have guy friends, in a relationship that is healthy you trust your partner enough to have girl friends and he should trust you enough to have guy friends and one doesn't do anything to make the other feel insecure about it. Trust me, move on. There are only 3 things to think about in life: How much you have loved, how gently you have lived, and how gracefully you have walked away from things not meant for you.
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