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I’m so happy you’ve found strength to move on from him. If you think he’s gonna try to trick you then maybe blocking him will be the best thing. Remember that you have to take care of yourself. Blocking him is in no way rude. You need this for you. You may have a few “relapses” where you want to go back to him but just remind yourself of why you’re moving on. Maybe write a letter to go back and read about how you’re feeling now. You control your life and who you’re with, not him. Keep on being strong. It will get easier. Best of luck!
He may be starting to feel a stronger attachment to you simply because of how long you guys have been together. He’s comfortable with you and therefore believes himself to be uncomfortable without you. If nothing happened when you told him, then you may want to take the initiative yourself. Just get some breathing space. Not even a break up but maybe not hang out for a week or if you live together go stay at your parents’ or a friend’s place for a long weekend. If these fights are breaking you down then he needs to realize that suffocating you, even if he’s trying to fix things, will break the relationship. If you guys are very serious and just can’t communicate straight, you could always try low-key couples therapy. Sometimes it’s just helpful to untangle some mixed up lines of communication. if you don’t want to go that far, maybe just write him up a letter. That way you can organize out your thoughts without being interrupted and he won’t forget it so easily. If he tries to bring up another fight you could also just try to postpone it until you’re ready to handle the situation calmly. “Honey, I know we have disagreements on [insert issue here] but we’re both worked up and tired from a long day. Could we please just enjoy a movie right now and talk about this tomorrow over lunch?” Just make sure you’re heard, even if that takes a week of separation. If he really loves you he’ll understand and want to do what’s best for the both of you. I wish you two the best of luck! Hope it all gets fixed.
I’m going to tell you something that is going to be very hard for you to hear… forget him. You deserve better. If he truly loves you and wants to be with you in the future, he’d be with you now. He’s tricking and fooling your mate while kissing you. Who’s to say he won’t do that to you if you guys get back together. You did the right thing by trying to be honest with your friend about all of this, but to me it sounds like you’ll be better off finding someone better. I know right now he may seem like Mr. Perfect, but is he really? Jealousy can be a positive aspect in a relationship, showing how much you guys care for each other, but think your previous relationship through. You said you assumed a lot of bs. What kind of bs? BS about him being unfaithful? The same bs your mate did not believe? Give yourself a fresh start. It’ll take time to meet someone new and get over your ex, but I promise it will be worth it. I hope you find someone who will honestly treasure you and treat you right. Good luck with everything, stay strong!
Bite the bullet and talk to him! It’s going to be terribly nerve wracking but that’s half the fun! Figure out what you guys have in common and bring it up. If you’re not sure about his hobbies or anything then talk about school. Talking about teachers can be a great way to joke around with him and once you’re both laughing, you’ll feel a little more comfortable. If you’ve already talked to him a little then maybe suggest doing something together but you don’t have to full out ask him to hang. If some teacher assigns an impossible test propose studying it together or if he’s a huge baseball fan like you say “it’d be fun to go to a game sometime together or something” very casually. Or if you have no clue about baseball you could say “Too bad you weren’t at the last game I went to to help me understand what was going on.” Just make sure whatever you guys are talking about, you’re showing interest in him. You don’t need to be an over-excited puppy about everything, but laugh at his jokes and make eye contact so that if he wants to ask you out he’ll have the courage. Or maybe he’s shy and you’ll work up the courage to ask him to hang! Either way, just breathe and don’t over think! It’ll all work out in time :) Best of luck!
You need to have a straight forward conversation with your best friend. If she used to like him but that’s all over, then a supportive friend would back you up on your potential-new-guy. But if her feelings still linger, then you have to be the one who decides if you want to be the good best friend. How much do you like this guy? Is he worth losing your best friend over? Just try to reverse the situation and think about who you’d feel in her shoes. And chances are, even if you date this kid, you won’t end up marrying him, but your best friend will be by your side for the better half of your life. If she’s your best friend, you should be able to have an open conversation about all this. Remember, she’s your best friend for a reason. Hope all goes well.