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My boyfriend cheating with his ex

We were at my families house and his ex showed up for a “visit”. Everything was fine at first and she was very polite and complimentary of our relationship and said we were “better together” than they were, but I felt something was off. Then my boyfriend started acting weird and I asked him if it was because of her and he said no. Next thing I know I over hear him calling her pet names and catch them flirting then I walk in the spare bedroom and they are both naked, she’s laying on the bed and he is standing over her. I freak out, they don’t even really seem to be phased by my presence like I didn’t matter to either of them. Afterward, he puts on his clothes and goes and sits in the recliner chair. I then go and talk to his ex, alone and I say, “why would you do this when you know how it feels, when he did it to you” And her answer was “the other one didn’t trust him”. I have dreams similar to this one very often but never one this vivid before.

Posted 4 years ago

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Interpretation #1

You are perhaps not sure of how you feel for your boyfriend. The fact that you see that he gets involved with his ex quite often means that you are not quite happy with the way the relationship has been heading. Either you need to clear your doubts and establish trust, or else the relationship is not likely to head anywhere. You have to mull over your current status and try and come to the right decision because it seems like you won’t be able to achieve anything concrete by being in a relationship where you are always doubtful of losing out to your ex.

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Answered By: Annie(1678 points Unconsciousness Hero)

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