I received a call from a female who claimed to have something in common with me. According to her, the commonality that we share was the male we were both dating. She wanted me to meet her at a designated place so we can discuss the situation. I told her no because I do not know her and if my boyfriend is what she wants I don't fight over men. Initially, I was shocked. I tried calling my boyfriend to discuss the situation, and he was not responding. After several ignored calls, I wrote him and e-mail ending the relationship and telling him what a low life he is. I responded emotionally because he has a history of seeking other women when things go wrong between the two of us, and he has membership on a singles website. Given his history "What am I supposed think"? It turned out the be that the person whom I least expected was involved with someone he met over the internet on a singles website. He admitted this to me when I told him what had happenend. I apologized to my boyfriend, and he not taking the apology because he feels too hurt. He does not see that his seeking other women when he feels hurt contributed to response. Thoughts, opinions?
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