I am new to this and would like some advice from both males and females. I was involved with someone for over 3 years. It started off kinda slow but then escalated. He went on family trips together and welcomed each other into our families. We never spoke the \"L\" word but he always told me actions speak louder than words I agree I went by his actions and they told me that I was a very special person to him and he truly cared about me I had a very rough year and he was there for me through it all I thought I found my soul mate so did the kids The unthinkable happened and he told me that he did not want to be in a relationship any longer. I was devastated As I was leaving, he asked if he could call me and I asked if I could have one last hug He told me that it would not be our last His roommate called me on Thanksgiving to see how I was doing and told me that he said he thinks he may have screwed up I don\'t know why they said these things to me because I found out he is seeing someone else He is even taking this person to meet his family out of town over the holidays I have heard some awful things about this person that are so out of character of the man that I knew I feel like I have been used for over 3 years and I meant nothing to him I want to know how someone that is so good hearted can do that to someone that he knew was in love with him. I was told that he said that I was a very wonderful person Could he really be in love with the new person? Please help me get all of this out of mind and get on with my life I am tired of thinking about it and trying to analyze it I do want answers but I know that I will never get them
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