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Dear Dish-It, Should I Dump My Guy?

Dear Dish-It,

I don't know what to do about my boyfriend. He acts like my father. He tells me what kind of music to listen to and he never lets me do what I want. This is the fifth time that I'm going out with him and I want to break up with him again, but I don't want to make a bad decision. If I break up with him, this will be the last time we go out and what if we are meant to be? I don't want to screw things up. I kind of want to play the field too.
foxyangel33


Dear foxyangel33,

So, why is this the fifth time you've gone out with this dude? Could it be his controlling ways? There is no reason why you should let your boyfriend boss you around - that's what you have parents for. From your letter, you don't sound like you're ready for any sort of relationship, least of all with someone who acts like a big bully. Follow your gut instinct and let this dude go. If you are "meant to be," it'll work itself out at the right time - which is not now. You definitely don't need this dude in your life right now.


Foxyangel33, you should dump this guy because he doesn't have the right to boss you around. Unless of course you feel like you are in love, than you should give it some time.

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Age: 14

If I was you girl, I'd dump him. I mean, you really want to be yourself, don't you? Well, you do sound cool and you need your own life. So dump him and start a new you.

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Age: 15

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