I've been going through a tough time with my boyfriend lately. To explain it briefly: we lived together with an annoying roomie, I found receipts for a "happy ending" place in Vegas (to which he didn't receive more than a massage because he chickened out), I move out, we still hang out trying to patch things up, he swears undying love for me, I give the ultimatum for roomie to move out if I were to move back in, he agrees, changes his mind because he can't kick out his good buddy, I freak out, he leaves for the San Juans. So here I am....wondering if I am perhaps the stupidest girl for even giving him a second chance. It's been a month since I moved out. Why you ask I give him a second chance? Because I love him, we have so much fun together, he's beautiful, he's funny, he's smart. But it's all really boiling down to this: are we in the same spot in our lives? I want to buckle down...not get married...but get real serious in a relationship. Some of the things he does does not reflect that he is ready...but he says he is. My question...if you're still reading this (thank you) is there any hope for me? How do I know it's over? Everyone says "you're young and pretty, move on". This is really of no consolation to me. Should I keep seeing him and take things slow? Or seriously...am I being stupid? Any advice is needed badly. I'm so consumed with this right now...I need help. Feel free to comment on my journal entries if you like.
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