If there are mistrust issues between two people it's almost impossible to resolve this problem. Once one has broken trust with a mate, friend or family member more than once it's difficult to trust that person again. It's certainly worth sitting down together and communicating to see if it is worth saving the relationship. Get the other person to list things about you that they don't like and you do the same with them and then sit down like adults and discuss them and try to improve upon the ones that most bother the other. If one or both people are unwilling to do so it's time to close the relationship off and move on. I had to dissolve a 22 year relationship with a girlfriend of mine because she was constantly lying and spreading rumors about others and it eventually got down to me. I tried talking to her (face to face) and told her if she valued our relationship we could sit down like two adults and both of us try to improve on the relationship. She never bothered to take me up on that simply because she can't confront me and deal with any problems in our relationship. It's sad, but that's life. I've just moved on.
In almost all cases when someone is angry, is depressed or things just aren't working out for them they will lash out at the ones they truly love (You always hurt the ones you love, is so true.) Most people go with people they have at least loved at the beginning. When I was married to my first husband he had been cheating on me (with more than one woman) and I had kicked him out, but then I got cancer (got over it thank God) and it was his choice to come by, wanting to be there for me. I thought "miracles never cease" and I should have known better. I have no doubt that my first husband truly felt he should be there after 3 1/2 years of marriage, but I suppose his mistress was putting pressure on him to get going on the divorce (I eventually got the divorce.) He was fine for about 2 weeks. I was terrified, went through tests, etc., did have surgery and by the grace of God, I didn't have to have radiation or chemo. I was still very sick and weak and one day while driving out to his cousins he said, "Why don't you just die?" I had never been treated in this manner before (or since) and couldn't believe my ears. The hurt was so extent that I asked him to stop the car and let me out. He did begrudingly, and I took a cab back home, changed the locks on the doors immediately and refused to see this twit ever again. I realized for the first time in the relationship we had that he was immature, irresponsible and a total jerk who refused to grow up. In other words, he had no back bone! Later, when I moved away (he kept phoning me apologizing and wanting me back) I couldn't forgive him for those words, but I knew deep down that his cheating was his weakness (not mine) and that he had been angry when he'd said those words. I forgave him (it sets you free) but I've never forgotten it. I never set eyes on him again. It's time you sat down with this person and talked things out. If they are beyond that, then leave! I know it's easier said than done, but don't be a victim in this relationship. You deserve better. Good luck Marcy
That's a hard one to figure out because she could either have poor eyesight or the sun may be in her eyes. If you mean, "batting her eyelashes" at you, then she's flirting. If she gives you a side-long glance or bats those eyelashes she is sending you signals that she likes you.
You must have received some information regarding this from a friend. The best thing to do is confront your boyfriend. Don't listen to gossip even though it could be true. Some people prefer to keep their private life just that, but, he should have been more open and honest with you to form a strong relationship if this is at all true. It's tough to find out through records if he has had a child, because some mothers refuse to put down the true name of the father or no name at all where it is required on the form. You can go into Government Vital Statistis for births and see if you can find out anything there. Unless you know the name of the mother, you may have a rough time because your boyfriend's name may not be on the birth certificate. Give it a shot. Still, I think you should confront him in a kind way. How do you know he wasn't going with some girl that was pregnant by someone else. Best to go to the horse's mouth on this one and that's your boyfriend. You're condeming him before he's had a chance to explain.
well first of all does she like u and why do u want to get over her.