Some forums can only be seen by registered members. I only dated my ex-girlfriend for three months during the summer of She moved to a different state years ago. Her sister recently moved back to the state I live in. Her sister found me on a dating website and we started contacting each other on there, and now we text each other and I even call her sometimes on the phone. Her sister asked me last night if I was intimate with my ex-girlfriend, and I said yes.
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Okay, so I've been dating my sister's ex-boyfriend for about 2 days now and she doesn't want to see me or talk to me again. I wanted to find my own life and so I looked for a boyfriend. But my sister's ex ended up talking to me at my house, and I got to know him. But I started to like him because I'd knew him for over 8 months he was dating my sister. I admitted to her then that I did like him and she got mad and threw me out of her house literally. Then he broke up with her because she had been doing things to him for the 3rd time, and he said he liked me more. I feel so guilty and everyone makes me feel worse by pointing out that I'm horrible and should regret what I did.
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OK, kinda a long story, but, in the end maybe you can give me the guidence I need here. My sister and Steve met and dated in high school, like three years ago. Steve had to move with his parents to another town when his dad got a job transfer. My sister and Steve still talked, texted, and emailed. But after a few months, both moved on with their lives.
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