i have been going out with my boyfriend since July, and we have been very close and open with eachother for a long time... now, for the past few days hes been putting me on block so he could go into chatrooms. I made a screenname to watch what he does in there and basically he keeps sayin hi to these bimbos and they dont answer him.. how should i handle this? he broke my heart when he did that yesterday, what should i do? also, my good friend is willing to drive up to come and see me, but i told him no because im too committed, but then again he isnt being so committed to me... should i let him drive up to see me?
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quote:Originally posted by FieldHockey4life: should i let him drive up to see me?
No, you should have a nice little chat with your boyfriend. This doesn't really sound like the sort of behavior a boyfriend would undertake, so why not call him on it?
I'll leave out the part about you playing the role of "online stalker," because while I definitely don't feel entirely comfortable with that concept, what's done is done. And now that you know what's going on, you owe it to yourself to talk to him and find out what is going on. Either way, it appears the two of you may have vastly different ideas of how this "relationship" is supposed to progress, and you're going to have to straighten that out.
Once you've done that, then you can start worrying about bringing your friend to visit you. But for goodness sake, don't go bringing anyone else into the mix right now. You've already got your hands full with the "bimbos," why would you want to complicate matters any further? Take things one step at a time, and see where that gets you. Good luck!
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