Me and my significant other have been going through a lot of ups and downs lately, and majority of the issues stem from him and his relationships with his female friends. Granted we've only been "officially" together for 7 months, we made a vow when we decided to make it official that we were ready to be in a serious relationship, and that we were going to keep it real at all costs. We both also knew that during this process we'd have to start flushing our systems of old baggage and lusts. His baggage is his old reputation of being a "playboy," and mine is always being disappointed by men. I have no problem with him being a flirt, because hey I am too, but he still hasn't fully comprehended what's going to far, and I'm to the point where I'm tired of teaching him. He always apologizes and recognizes the wrong and he seems to try, but I've come to the point where I feel like I'm expecting more from someone who's character is totally opposite. We're in love and that's a fact, but do I just wait it out and grow with him in this OR do I just let it go?
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