ive had this problem, my girlfriend a couple days ago, after i asked, told me about some stuff she had done with her past boyfriends, and we have been going out for a while, but in a strand of days she remembered more and told me, i was upset but i dont know if i should be or what, she just wants to be with me, but i just cant let what she said go, i dont know.
[This message has been edited by unreal (edited 04-13-2003).]
Rule for life if you don't want the truth don't ask the question. I am sorry your GF past upsets you. Take pride that you have a relationship where she feels safe to tell you the truth. She trusts you this is a good thing. Past is past if you want a future with this girl "foegive" her for her past and let it go.
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You asked her what she did with her past boyfriends, and she told you honestly. Since you asked the question you should have been prepared for an answer. You shouldn't really have a right to be upset at her for having a past sexual history with other people.
Because for the rest of your life, and when you get older most of your girlfriends will probably have sexual experience, and you will too, so theres really no reason to be upset about it.
[This message has been edited by celery (edited 04-14-2003).]
celery i cant really think that my next girlfriend will because me and this girl are in love and i dont want to be with anyone else, before her i had not alot of experience
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