He apologized, but a week later we hung out, and I told him that it really intrigued me, and we ended up having crazy cool sex—satisfying in all the ways the guy I'm dating isn't.
I haven't told the guy I'm seeing about this and I don't plan to. I keep rationalizing that we have never had a talk about exclusivity, and I therefore have no obligation to him.
I wanted everyone to know what a bitch she was, so I set up a My Space account in her name, and under 'About Me' I wrote 'I'm a lying man stealer.
Friends' boyfriends are NOT off-limits.' Then I sent out 200 'add friend' requests to buddies and random people in her town." —Sticky-Finger Foe"There had been a lot of theft at the store where I work.
Sometimes you just get a gut feeling that something isn’t right…
Maybe he isn’t showing you the level of respect you expect from a man or maybe he completely ignores your boundaries and personal space.
It's been pretty good, except the sex isn't really the best.
I have this other male friend who has had a crush on me.
I just want to be able to sort out those guys from the good guys. After working with so many clients, I have learned a lot of women do not know the difference between “forgivable mistakes” and the more sinister red flags that should warn you off of a relationship.
Playback Payback"I had been seeing this guy for a while when we decided to make our relationship exclusive.
I thought it was going well until I found out that he was seeing someone else on the side.
I started to fall in love with her, and I wanted to be exclusive. For some reason, I feel wrong about lying, but I’m fine with leaving out the truth. That’s one of the things that I always think about.
So I told myself when we started dating that I wouldn’t cheat, but that obviously didn’t last very long. As much as I’ve been unfaithful at times, I’ve tried, as respectfully as I could, to do it without hurting anyone’s feelings and getting caught.