How to deal with a lying boyfriend who wont stop communicating with an ex-girlfriend?
Are you suggesting how to deal with a lying girlfiend would be different, it wont - dump.
@MickS no its just that my boyfriend sends love messages to his ex and when i confront him he says nothing is going on. i dont know what to do anymore because i really love this guy
As I said, dump. All the while you don't take positive action, he will continue to lie and take advantage of you.
moiponetsoka, There are only 2 reasons why someone won't give you what you want. 1. They don't have it within to give. 2. They don't feel you are worth the effort. Only you can decide if you can continue with things this way. You can't control him.
You have the power within yourself to solve your own problem, literally! You have the power to make this man forget about her completely. You have the power to get this man to be exactly who you want him to be, the only problem is......you don't know it. All women have the power to have a faithful, honest, hard-working, warm, and loving man who will protect her with his own life if he has to, but none of us have ever really realized how much power we actually have and how powerful that power is!!! It is our sex! Don't get it twisted, I'm not speaking on how good we are in bed. I'm talking about we can just spread our legs and do nothing and get a brother sprung! That's just how good it is! But even too much of a good thing can turn out to be bad for you, and that's where we mess it up! It's only a matter of time that he will grow tired of the very power that he, at one time, would kill to get! We need to let go of these myths that men think about sex all the time, if that were true men would have sex and do nothing else, ever! And men only think about sex when they haven't had sex in awhile, I mean if you just ate a big meal to the point you can't move do you think you would be hungry any time soon? Case in point: cut off his power! Don't have sex! You want him to forget about her, give him nothing for him to compare her to! If he really wanted to be with her he would be already, simply cut him off from the "nookie cookie" and see how much better and how much more attention he will give you.
You poor thing. You are in a pickle. I think you need to be strong and get rid of this guy. He is never going to totally commit to you. He has shown you this over and over.
Each of us is entitled to have our set of "deal breakers". No one is stuck with anyone!
There are only two ways to experience joy and peace of mind in relationships: we either get what we want or we learn to be happy with what we have.
Trying to (change) someone only leads to frustration on our part and resentment on the part of our mate. You're far better off moving on to find someone who (naturally) does the things you like.
Don't handle it, walk away. If he will not stop when you have asked him to, how much does he really care about you and your feelings?
You have to think beyond your own feelings for this guy. Think about yourself in terms of self-respect. You do not have to be treated like this and should not tolerate it. Walk away, there are wonderful men out there who will appreciate you and be kind and respectful. Don't settle.
You say you really love this guy? Then the question becomes why would you love someone who would treat you like this? It will hurt to walk away but you will get over it.
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