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If you have a relationship/dating question I can help answer, you can send me your letters at I’m in my early 20s and met my boyfriend of three months on an online dating service.
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I even told him that thinking about him with another man disgusted me.
Later that night we nearly broke up because of me; I told him that he deserved someone who could accept him completely.
Despite wanting to be accepting, open, and totally fine with what he was telling me, there was just a part of me that didn’t know how to process what he said.
Once again I was distant, and really hurt him with my behavior.
Because as important as it is for to accept him, it’s much more important that he accepts himself.
If he doesn’t, you have big problems on your hands.
After a long conversation, I realized that I want to be that person more than anything because I really do love him.
But, do you think it will be possible for me to fully accept what happened in that past, or does he really deserve someone who can accept him immediately?
His bisexuality must have been an important enough facet of his life to at least hint at the truth. In that sense, he was testing you — seeing how open and trustworthy you were. Someone who was looking out for your best interests may have thought to tell you information about himself that could greatly change your impression of him and your investment in a future together, say, say is that it is far, far more important that you look ahead rather than behind. Do you believe he has fully accepted his bisexuality (which surely involved telling you the truth about his past)?
And if not, what do you think he may need to do to get there?
It really hurt me to hurt him, and I apologized profusely afterwards, telling him that I was just being stupid and he did forgive me.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating