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  1. If you're losing interest and you voiced concern for the relationship, it sounds to me like you tried to save it. It also sounds to me like he didn't “let” you break up. Just FYI, it takes one person to WANT to break up, it isn't a consensual agreement…it doesn't require both parties agree to it. If you're not feeling it, him, the timing, then yes peace out.

    He sounds pigheaded and like he didn't want to break up so too bad so sad for you, you gotta stay together. That'd abusive and controlling. If feelings and relationships aren't nurtured, they die out. We begin to seek that care and support from other sources. You eventually developed feelings but were already checked out and honestly the EX doesn't sound like he was actively trying to fix or nurture the relationship. He just didn't want you to leave.

    After you broke up. He became your ex. New guy went to your house and your EX wanted to drop by.

    How is this cheating when hes an Ex? Why is he allowed to dictate who you spend time with now?

    Yes you developed feelings – you were checked out and no longer emotionally invested – neither you NOR HIM. Because if he truly was invested in it, he would've paid attention when you voiced concerns for the relationship. AND acted upon it.

    Instead dear I do suggest you remove everything about your EX, as your wordings and style of writing seems to show you have a sensitive and easily influenced heart, and perhaps need a bit more self esteem and confidence.

    I really see it that you should have realized early on that if you aren't in love anymore or he's no longer compatible then it's time to move on. Don't stay for the sake of staying. Or for his sake. Or for the kids sake. You don't ask for permission to break up.

    Next time if you are slipping out or mentally checking out – voice your concerns. If that gets nowhere then split.

    For this Ex? Don't give him a second thought. One of life's many lessons.

  2. What did I say was rude?

    Did I cuss you out?

    You literally said you were in a short relationship but had made plans on doing it with a guy that you later mentioned wasn't a good guy. Now, you're planning to find some guy you don't even know well off tinder to lose it to.

    How am I inaccurate or rude to ask why you seem to in such a rush?

  3. Keep the dog, lose the boyfriend.

    Put this in perspective: Would you even be questioning this situation if you had a child, instead of a dog? Yes, I am well aware they aren’t the same, it’s apples and oranges.

    That said, think long and nude about whether you want to stay with a guy who expects you to choose between him and your baby-human baby, or fur baby.

    You were respectful, you waited a month to get a new dog for yourself. He’s a grown up, he needs to act like one.

    You are young, you’ll meet someone who loves you, and your dog. You, and your pup deserve better.

  4. 14 is far enough into puberty to be horny and start thinking with the wrong head. It's also old enough to know that it's flat wrong to do with a 10YO, and still somewhat questionable with a consenting age peer.

    Sure, we don't know her story, but she was still old enough to know better.

  5. There's no firm rulebook here; it's basically a question of what both of you need. Let her know you'd like to check in, and ask her what frequency she would be comfortable with. Then use those checkins to gauge her level of interest in reconnecting, if that's what both of you still want.

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