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How can you cheat on someone you have only met once?
I’m assuming your first “date” didn’t include “the talk” to date exclusively and I’m assuming you didn’t get more physical than a hug or a kiss.
So really, Jason, if you didn’t have a girlfriend when you had your one-night stand, you didn’t actually cheat. This, of course, is not necessarily a good thing, but people around me have always known where I stood.
I remember, once upon a time, I had a jealous girlfriend who’d been cheated on by previous boyfriends.
I feel bad about it every time I think about and I feel even worse every time the girl I’m dating brings up the fact of how she can trust me and how she loves how honest I am with her.
So my question to you is, when would be the appropriate time for me to tell her about this, and if there is not an appropriate time, than what should do I do so this doesn’t eat me up alive every time I think about?
The problem I am dealing with is that a couple days after our first date, I actually had a one-night stand after a long night at the bar.
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You care about her and see a potential future with her.
You feel bad that you were with someone in the time that you knew her. The only difference between you and me is that I don’t think you’ve done anything wrong. But that doesn’t mean that his girlfriend would agree.