We’ve been friends with “benefits” for over 2 years. On the other hand, I can’t imagine how you’d be so heartbroken if he’s been dating someone else exclusively for two years.
Over the years, he always assumed we were just friends and as for me, I agreed with everything he said because I loved him. I decided then I would cut him off because I could not handle it emotionally. There are two very important pieces of information missing from your email.
Girls have to be more cautious when choosing the guys they will be in a relationship with, because there are men who like to play around, and you might not be the only he is referring to when he changes his status to "In a relationship".
It came as no surprise to me, either, that I met The One while I was involved with Charles.decided to take the mystery out of the equation, asking women to contribute their most intimate—and iffy—might've-been-cheating stories so readers could vote on what crosses the line.Read on, but don't be surprised if you end up feeling some old-fashioned moral outrage!"When I was in college, I dated a guy for two years who said he wasn't comfortable with the boyfriend' label.Among friends, I called him my significant other,' but when I was with him, I just went with the flow and assumed we were exclusive.