What Is A Guy Supposed To Do If A Girl Started Telling Him That Her Boyfriend Is

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  1. ngureco profile image82
    ngurecoposted 9 years ago

    What Is A Guy Supposed To Do If A Girl Started Telling Him That Her Boyfriend Is Cheating On Her?

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    MysticLingerieposted 9 years ago

    You mean what is a girl supposed to? Well dont jump to conclusions. Learn the facts before you make a decission. Before you decide to take action see if her accusations are true. Dont assume she is correct. People often let their feelings take over, if the guy is cheating. Only you thing you can do is Bye-bye and go out looking for a new one.

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    reeltaulkposted 9 years ago

    maybe she wants to cheat on him with you...elementary but that is how it is.  i can't see why she would continuously bring it up.  then again she could just be venting.  if you dont have an interest in her sexually, just let vent until she comes out and says exactly what she means.  if she doesnt then i would gather she is just venting!

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    kaceybabeposted 9 years ago

    well if i could put myself in the blokes position (this will be hard considering im so femme) i would support her as a friend at that time as she obviously needs me. I wouldnt make any rash decisions if i felt more for her than a friend ... purely because she would be vulnerable and maybe on the rebound. things are all about timing! x

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    MrsUnbreakableposted 7 years ago

    Being the woman with my fair share of adopted brothers and male friends, the woman who grew up as a tomboy (not gay) that preferred hanging with the fellas moreso than girls, and also the woman that was recently in the situation in which I suspected that my boyfriend was cheating, I can say that I went to my male friends strictly to better understand why men cheat.

    Women cannot answer this question and although I had varying degrees of reasoning why it is possible that he was cheating on me, the men in my life provided me with solid insight to the mind of a man.

    Just because a woman comes to you with her problems does not mean that she wants to be with you. I know when I was in the situation, I was stil in love and so hurt that the last thing I wanted was another man, except as a friend.

    The thing is, a smart woman would communicate more with a man, instead of a woman, especially when their is the need to understand a man.  As much as we think we know men, I am still figuring out the stark differences in the make up of men and women, so I find my male counterparts to be invaluable to have.

    My advice to you as the man with the information, is to be honest with her, allow her to be vulnerable with you without fear of you being another guy that will hurt her, and if all else fails, just listen and umm hmm a lot, to show you are paying attention, because ultimately, she just wants to talk and most often when allowed to do so, in a safe environment, we figure it all out for ourselves anyway.

 
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