The dude on the right shouldn't want his girlfriend back if that's how she handles being angry
@B1azernmn, at a certain point it doesn't matter what he did to provoke her. If it was bad enough to justify damage to his property, then it was more than enough to justify leaving.
People that unstable shouldn't be given multiple chances, that's how Lorena Bobbit stories are made.
Dude on the right probably just fücked up and can apologize for it, she's probably just overreacting.
On the other hand, dude on the left has been consistently being a trash boyfriend, there's no saving that.
Why he got so many shoes?
Guys i need help. My gf slept with her best friend when she was drunk. I don't know what to do. She feels bad for it and sad she loves me
@keiner versteht mich, leave her. If she got drunk enough that she lost control once, it WILL happen again.
@keiner versteht mich, i feel like the 'i got drunk and....* is used too much. Being drunk just lowers your inhibition ( and standards). Use caution if you stay with her cause like lebo said, it will happen again
@keiner versteht mich, I'm sorry to have been blunt about it, but from what I can see, there's generally three reasons why a woman gets drunk and cheats.
1. She feels like you don't fight for her and she wants to provoke you into "manning up" and fighting to keep her. This is an overly emotional decision, and one where she discounts how YOU feel, and only considers her own point of view. The fact that she didn't pretend to cheat she actually cheated means that she is an extremely selfish person and will not change that by you sticking with her. If you forgive her and take her back she will cheat again because she didn't get the angry emotional response she wanted from you the first time.
2. She doesn't respect you and you aren't her first choice. Your original comment didn't specify the gender of her best friend but assuming they're male, my guess is this guy has always wanted to be with her, and the two of them have a longer and closer connection than she does with you. On the flip
side, relationships that begin with infidelity end with infidelity, so even if she leaves you and goes with him, she's likely to cheat on him (maybe even with you if you'd let her).
3. She is an extremely childish person who acts impulsively, doing what she wants when she wants it.
In any event, as upset as she may be now, her feelings matter to her more than yours do. You are better off without her. But if you DO decide to give her a second chance, know that you will never be able to truly know why she cheated on you, and you'll never be able to fully trust her to not do so again. In fact, that lack of trust may lead to her cheating on you again as she gets frustrated by you not trusting her.
It will suck big time in the short run, but in the long run, you will be better off without her. There's no point in a romantic partner that you cannot trust.
@I Are Lebo, thanks first off all
We had a bad time before that happened and a long-distace relationship. Her family was bad to her so she slept at her best friends place for ca. 3 weeks. He threw her out couse he had "no privacy" after that she tells me. Perhaps she wanted to try it with him but it doesn't worked.
I think she doesn't saw a real future with me (cause of the distance and bad times we had)
After all i told her i do not move to her town. And it's only a friendship+ from my side. She said it's ok and she tries to rebuild the confidence, and tries get a job around my place.
So much more to tell.
In my eyes she's a dumb little girl that doesn't know how a relationship works.
Other side. I hang on her. She's the perfekt girl. Car girl, Gamer girl, sex is perfekt^^ want to try motocross. We had/have so much fun all the time.
@keiner versteht mich, dude I'm sorry to hear what happened but I can tell you from experience that once a cheat always a cheat. It sucks but if they get another chance 95% of the time it will happen again. I've been in your position before, best to just let go, there will always be someone better on the horizon who will never cheat on you no matter how drunk (sober thoughts are drunk actions) but keep us all updated and we are here for you!
@keiner versteht mich, even if she seems perfect because of shared personality quirks or attractions or shared interests, a relationship is nothing without trust. You'll end up losing more than you can gain.
Of course, in the end, the decision is entirely yours. I wish you the best of luck.