i've been going out with this girl for 2 months on and off. because everybody spreads rumors and says that she's cheating on me, and recently i got kicked out of school. and there is no way to see her. and i can't be there to know the truth. the only way i can find out is by asking around. she has lied to me before so i ask other people befor i ask her. i'm been with her for the past 3 weeks. and it's gone better then it used to. i think it's gonna work out but just incase another rumour comes around what should i do?
Posts: 2 | From: Huber Heights, Ohio, USA | Registered: Mar 2002
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if the rumours upset you tell your gf either to tell you the truth and be faithfull or the realationship is over. it's as simple as that. and if you have to ask around then ask someone who would not lie to you. and would know if the romour is true
Posts: 17 | From: Huber Heights, Ohio, USA | Registered: Mar 2002
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If you are more concerned about rumors than you are in what your girlfriend says, I'd say your relationship is going nowhere fast.
It really is all about the communication. You can't be around to keep an eye on her all day and all night, and that is the way it is supposed to be. She has her life and you've got yours, and trusting one another enough to allow yourselves separate lives is vitally important.
Rumors are going to spread regardless of what situation the two of you find yourselves in. You can choose to ignore the crowd and be secure in the company of one another, or you can let other people intrude on your relationship with pointless drivel. I would choose the first option myself.
Talk to your girlfriend. That will make all the difference.
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