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Dear Dish-It,

My girlfriend moved to America two years ago. We never broke up, she just moved and I loved her a lot since then. I've dated a number of other girls but my girlfriend has just moved back. What on earth shall I do?
Ryan


Dear Ryan,

Two years is a long time to go by without seeing someone. You may not have broken up with your girlfriend when she moved away but by dating other people in the past two years, you guys weren't exactly exclusive. Did she date other people while living in America? Even though you probably still have feelings for this girl, it's best if you guys just try being friends for a while. A lot of time's gone by and who knows if you'll still want to go out with each other. Give it time and don't get too serious with one another just yet.


Dear Dish-It,

I'm a big flirt and I like this boy in the 8th grade. He sees me flirting with boys everyday and I wanna go out with him but he'll probably say no cuz I'm a flirter. If we do hook up, it probably wouldn't last cuz he can't accept the fact that all I do is flirt. Please, please help!
Arzeia


Dear Arzeia,

You can't except a guy to put up with a girlfriend who flirts with a ton of other guys. You wouldn't be too appreciative of a boyfriend who kept shooting gaga eyes at other girls across the room. Since you are just guessing that this dude won't go out with you, why don't you find out for sure by asking him out? If he says yes, then give up on all your flirting games and enjoy the fruits of your flirting labor!


Dear Dish-It,

Ok, here is my problem. I am in the 9th grade and my ex is in the 8th grade and we have been broken up for about three months. But we still call each other and go out together to concerts and things. Well, he told me that he wants to go back out but he knows that he cannot be faithful. He doesn't want to hurt me but he's scared of commitment. My question is should I wait on him to become faithful or should I try to find another relationship? I don't want to hurt ANYONE but I would gladly drop anything for him and he would do the same for me. We are just scared to go out with other people and then end up hurting them cuz we want to be together. HELP ME!
tgoggins


Dear tgoggins,

Why are you and this guy playing so many games? Either you want to go out with each other or you don't. Either you just date casually or you don't date at all, because it is obvious that this dude doesn't want a steady girlfriend. If you have your heart set on dating him exclusively, then you should give up and move on to a different boy. Do not wait for him to become "faithful." Even though he might like you a lot, it sounds like you'd just be setting yourself up for major heartbreak if you waited around for him. And it seems obvious this guy wouldn't do ANYTHING for you, cuz if that was the case, he'd be able to be faithful.


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