Twisted Sister wrote:Omaha Red Sox wrote:It's simple J. If you're comfortable with this behavior, try to make it work. If you're not comfortable with it, then enjoy the memories you had with her and move on. Most likely, you just dodged a bullet. Imagine if you had married this girl and made kids with her and then find this out. It's unfortunate and definitely sucks, but if this isn't what you want, keep looking. Just like women should not expect their men to change, we shouldn't expect it from them either.
Yeah I completely agree. I also agree with knapp. One piece of advice given to me by a relationship counselor is to keep the cage door open. If she wants to leave, let her leave.
Respect yourself and be with someone who wants to stay
Didn't want to say this, but things have probably been going on with this guy for a while, that is the typical MO of the situation. It is extremely rare that advance warning will be given, she's probably tested the waters with this guy and is feeling 1) guilty and 2) it's time to move on.
What they said.
"Better to do sooner what you know you gotta do sooner or later anyway."
This stuff can hurt, but if she's acting fickle after a two year relationship, then I freaking guarantee you it gets worse after a few years of marriage. Add a couple kids into the equasion and it gets really messy.
Take it from a guy whose been married almost 20 years.... cut bait, learn lots, and move on.