I confronted him and he finally came clean that, before he met me, he made plans with this girl he knew back home and that they ended up having sex a few times during the weekend she came to visit. I forgave him, but I still felt betrayed. He tried very hard during the rest of the relationship to fix things between us and even went to counseling once. But the betrayal from my mother and then the betrayal from him proved to be too much for me, and I picked fights with him and ultimately took him for granted because I thought he would stick by my side through anything.
He broke up with me and wouldn’t talk to me at all afterward, ignoring my calls and texts for over a week. Then I found out on Facebook that he was talking to someone. Soon after, he started answering my calls and texting me back. Since we started talking again, we’ve hooked up numerous times in the last three weeks. He admitted that he has a new girlfriend and that she’s four years younger than we are (20). I asked him if he wanted to be with that girl forever, and he laughed and said, “Who really knows if you’ll be with someone forever?” I told him I think he’s still the one for me and that’s why I’m still around. Then he told me he thought I was the one for him too. So if that’s the case, then why not be with me?
Does he still love me or is this just a game? Why would he stop talking to me and then start again and still hook up with me? — Tired of the Betrayal
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