I am in a problem that between me and my boyfriend there was a misundestanding , that i spoke...
and asked about his past love , he got angry by my doubtful nature , i am feeling very bad now ,what i have asked please answer me what should i do him to forget what i said
You're entitled to ask your boyfriend about his ex-girlfriend without feeling guilty about it. It doesn't mean you're 'doubtful'. If you've said something wrong you can only appoligise for it, but asking about an ex shouldn't have made him angry at you.
i totally agree with stricktlydating . now i'm doubting on your boyfriend intention ? is he really serious with you ? according to me when you are in love" there is no hide & seek Game.!!
You can ask him to forgive as it was out of innocence that you asked. By that alone your friendship need not terminate. If you are worthy of it, he will not take it seriously.
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