Not necessarily - it depends on why you broke up in the first place he could still be upset about the break up and not feeling as close to you at this time. No, it means you are too young and not ready yet to 'have' sex. but you never no he might wont to f**ck you in bed.
It means just what it sounds like, he cares for her. Nip this one in the bud and quick. Nothing big, he just cares
Trot around the subject and ask him if he likes gay guys and stuff like that
Answer1. You immediately book an appointment with your doctor and get tested for HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases.
2. You then call off the wedding. Your fiance is not committed to you if he is having sex with someone else. Can you honestly say you want to be married to someone who cannot commit to you and you alone? You don't need to provide a reason why to anyone why you are calling off the wedding. Leave it at "I realized we were not compatiable enough to make a long term commitment to one another."
3. Concurrent with paragraph 2 you break up with your fiance. If required, move out or ask him to move. Make a clean break from the relationship. It is your choice if you want to discuss what you saw. I wouldn't bother. What could you gain from that conversation but further confusion. He may deny you saw what you say or focus on you snooping. He may be wonderful, but you deserve a 100% commited and available partner. Cheating is cheating whether it is with another woman or a man. You will move on faster if you make a clean break.
AnswerYikes! Here's what you do - raise your hands up to heaven and THANK GOD YOU FOUND OUT BEFORE THE WEDDING!!!! Whatever you do, DO NOT MARRY THIS MAN. I am begging you. If you won't end it for yourself, end it for your future children's sake. Even if you would marry a bisexual man (which is a pretty big risk, in my personal opinion), you should definitely not marry a bisexual man who would cheat on you. You most certainly should not marry a man who had sex with another man. Those feelings are not just going to disappear for him. Not to mention the cheating part. You can have a talk with him AFTER you've cancelled the wedding, moved out (if necessary), and are solid enough to remain strong despite any protests he might have. Hopefully he'll be relieved to drop this huge secret he's been holding and be able to be honest that he is not straight and committed to you. By the way, I'm really sorry! This has to hurt a lot. But Please please please please please do not marry him!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You will not be doing either one of you a favor in the long run!!!
Yes, I agree with the above answers- STRONGLY. So sorry about that happening to you but it is really important that you follow the above advice to avoid even greater heartbreak years down the road. Take care. One day you'll be glad you made that choice to walk away.
Well are in in "Love" with this person? just make sure he doesn't have a bad temper. Some things to look for in a guy is: smart,polite,caring,NOT selfish,loving(fell happy with him.) If a guy really cares about you if he rather hang with you then go out with his buddy's or if he trys to get you to come over or shows up at your door alot and he will try to impress you even if it means doin something really stupid but the best way to tell is if he listens tell him your birthday but don't remind him if your b-day is real soon if he cares he will remember and if he doesn't let him know and see what he does to try and make sure you don't get mad for him forgeting. Mike
No, you aren't in an abusive relationship, but both of you are very immature. Just because one partner cheats doesn't give the other partner the right to do the same thing. If we aren't true to ourselves (we are our own best friend) then the relationships or anything else you endeavor in life is a waste of time. It's time for both of you to move on in different directions. Marcy