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What Does She Take Me For?

i had a friend while in youth service,he and his galfriend had a serious misunderstanding based on distance barrier.its a kinda long piece but i wud like to creave your indulgence to cut it short.the gal wanted more of his attention,but based on distance and a lil' bit of financial challenges,they cud not see too often,rather,it was more of a phone stuff,the chic started behaving funny and my guy had to rush down from the north to the south to mend what was breaking,only to discover that the gal had changed big time.my guy had to bow in shame and come back to his place of primary assignment.months later the gal's mum kinda intervened and wanted them to make up.my guy knowing fully well that it takes two to play the game,perceived that the gal was done with the relationship only listened to the gal's mum but told her that he cud not continue again.what he did has kinda elicited some responses from some quarters and guy thinks he did justice.what do you think?

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A lot of things like this happens all the time to a lot of people. There are times you just don't blame some people for doing what they did especially when it comes to matters of the heart. If the guy can proof that he didn't have anything to do with any other girl during the period they stayed apart, then he stand his grounds. The problem is that most times, we men think we have the sole right of unfaithfulness.

They girl has probably made a mistake by venturing into another relationship to avoid being the loser due to the long silence that ensued between them. If the are still in love with each other and really feel it , they can re-unite and forget about the past and forge ahead.

My advice to the guy is for him to search himself if he's still in love with her and if her apologies are really genuine.

Forgiving her doesn't make him a fool or mugu as he will want to look at it. It could happen the other way round and the girl will gladly forgive him and take him back.

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Why did it take a few months for the mother to intervene?

Definately, she wants to have her cake and eat it as well

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