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My Ex-girlfriend Won't Let Me Be\don't No What To Do?

it all happen in school,as a man i no that i am strong but sometimes i might be weak and i will need somebody to make me strong,so i saw this girl we started dating,same department in school,fell in luv,but i never knew she had a boyfriend too in campus,so when i found out,i called her and told her,me and that guy who do u want,she said me,so i told her my mean rules if she can be, she said yes, few weeks she started acting funny,i called her try to make her understand certain difference,but still no changes,so i decided to quit the relationship,i felt it,but with few time thing went on,one faithful day she called and was begging seriously even till now,i don't just no what to do,because i am already hockedup in a relationship,but i still luv her,

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na wah oh. this one hard. but come do you really love her? it is not just saying i love her but real love. also, do you love your present wife? do you have a real passion for her? i think you should sit down and think which of the two you enjoy staying with most. which of the two show love to you better and also which of the two is better in bed with you? with these you will be able to arrive at a decision.

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i see no reason why one should go 2one's vomit. Like u said, u broke up it her for certain reasons. why will u want to take her back? or u blv she's a changed person. U need to understand that she could misbehave again and when she does, u will start all over again.

Moreover, wat plans do u have for the one you are dating presently. Tell her to find someone else while u go back to ur ex?. that wont be fair u know. My advice is to let her go and stick to the girl u hav. there's also a saying that goes thus: 'once beaten, twice shy'

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And if she misbehaves again?

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She needs you lol, Give her another chance. Like my boyfriend did.

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