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Should I Move On Before I Get Hurt Or Try To Make It Work?

Okay so here's the deal. 3 weeks after I started talking to my boyfriend, his ex-girfriend started poppin up. she kept telling me that he's been trying to get back with her and that they've been together or whatever. So every time I run into her or she starts stuff, he has an excuse or a reason for everything. He keeps saying he doesnt want to be with her and she's lying. we've been together for 7 months now. Every reason he's given me for the stuff she's been saying could of been the truth so i just gave him the benefit of the doubt. we moved and i told him i never want to see her again she needs to never know where he stays. we've been living together for a month now and now he's talking to different girls at his job on the phone when he's home. he claims they're his "fake sisters" who he's known forever but there's this one in particular who he's always talking too. his phone always rings and he looks at it and doesnt answer, he claims he doesnt feel like talking to people, which could be true, but all the time though

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hit the nail right on the head, he doesnt really like u.so after u move out of his house, please move your heart away from him too.

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Why co-habit wit a guy ure nt married to.? Itsv a big blunda.Move out,he is jst using u.

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Move on & don't look back. There's nothing to miss. You are one step closer to a better guy!

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which is why i'm moving out. he just did this last week, it's not like i've been putting up with him going out every night. but that's still too many nights. I moved in with him because i needed a place to stay for the month and i was going to move out march first but he convinced me to stay. now i see it's to use me

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why do you girls behave like mindless sheep? Why move in with a dude who has no marital obligations to you?

Free house-maid, reduced rent, free cook, free sex tool . . . that's all you are to him. He doesnt care about you if not he wont leave you at home till 5am in the morning "hanging out" with the boys.

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what do ya'll recommend?

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Do what you know is right girl am in full support of it

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I guess it's cuz were still new in the relationship that moving in together put a lot of stress. i know moving out is the right thing to do. i'm just tired of cleaning and cooking for him and if he's going to start talking to other people i'm done. but i have the movie tickets and his lame excuss was he must of held them for somebody cuz he didnt go to the movies and who would he go with, cuz i'm his girlfriend. like i'm just suppose to believe that crap!

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girl,co-habitation is never right so move out

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I figured that. if i move out i think he'll see i'm serious. i dont need him and i can find someone that treats me better.

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I have no proof that he went to the movies. but i also feels he's ready to move on. see he doesnt have a car right now so i know the only reason why i'm there is cuz he's using me. that's why i'm moving.

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Move out and dump him.

He actually has someone he prefers. Except you are ready for some shearing.probably he is tired of you which is one of the problems that goes with co-habitation.

He wanna try new ground. Move on girl

Even if you are gonna continue with him, move to your own house. Make yourself scare and he may look for you.

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just relax first until you are sure the alligations are clear and true.You didnt see them go to the movie 2gether did you

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I know the signs are there and i have the proof. i'm not looking for anyone to tell me the stay cuz i'm moving out on the first. i'm just wanted to know how anyone else out there would handle this

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You want someone who will advise you to hang on?

Not me though. The signs were there and you now have a proof or what looks like a proof. What else do you want?

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