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I asked bf earlier lang why he hasn't deleted this girl on his fb that he used to be interested in (I asked cause he got rid of 2 other girls he used to be interested in ren so I was wondering why iniwan nya si ategirl) he said, "I consider her as a friend. Cause I know her. And generally if she asks me how I am, I'll answer" made me think eh si first girl he deleted he had been with for 4 weeks. 2nd girl he deleted they ended up friends as in kuya-sister relationship but he deleted her.
Hiya, fruit cup. Sorry ngayon lang kita nasagot. I wasn’t sure what to say, because I was worried that I’d give you the wrong sort of advice. But I took some time to think about it, and I realized that the best answer to this problem comes from the wisdom of my favorite hooker, Belle Du Jour.
In her book “Belle du Jour’s Guide to Men”, she said something about cheating boyfriends that really resonated with me:
'Listen, you have several scenarios here. You can spend the next six months worrying that he's cheating, and if he is, break up. Then you've had six months of pain, and you think he's a jerk forever.
'Or you can spend the next six months worrying and find out he isn't cheating, in which case you're the jerk.
'Alternatively, you can not worry about it. Because if he is cheating and then is found out—and they are always found out—you just dump him, dust yourself off, and move on. You will be fine.
'And if he isn't cheating, you didn't spend the time driving yourself and him crazy, then what you have is a good relationship.'
Of course, I still advise that you take this with a grain of salt. This is a woman who gets paid to have sex with strange men. But I do feel like she makes a lot of sense. And with that, I wish you luck. Don’t sweat it, dude! Boyfriend lang yan. Believe me, there’s plenty more where that came from.