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Dear Dish-It, I Know He's Cheating


Dear Dish-It, is here to whisper "ttyl after I've thought about this some more".


Dear Dish-It,

I love your site, and it probably helps a lot of people but now I need you to help me. My boyfriend is cheating on me, and I know it. I don't know what to do? Should I confront him about it, or just play it off that I don't know? If my friends found out about this they would tell me to dump him, but I still have feelings for him - too many to let him go. What should I do?
missindependent01


Dear missindependent01,

You've got yourself stuck in a pretty sticky situation - one that you must get out of ASAP. It's always really hard to think rationally when it comes to someone you love. Even though you would never allow a friend to treat you this way, we often allow our BFs or GFs to walk all over us and pretend it's not a big deal. But it is a big deal. Your guy clearly does not respect you or your relationship with him. If he did, he wouldn't be messing around with someone else behind your back. He would have the decency to break up with you before getting together with someone else. The reason your friends would tell you to dump him is because he's not worthy of your time, energy and especially not of your love. Although it's not the answer you want to hear right now, it's the only answer I am able to offer - you have to break up with your BF. There are a ton of amazing guys out there and you will find one of them soon enough. Spend more time with your friends, family and other peeps who genuinely care about you. Stop wasting your time on this loser and try to move on. Good Luck!


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