Gf cheated on me

Ok so it was true, it really happens to all of us.
We are both 21, we've been together since we were 12.
First everything, first gf, first kiss, everything. We practically live together now.

2 weeks ago a friend told me that she cheated on me back in 2022.
They didn't frick or anything, but kissed about 5 different times.

What should i do anons? i really don't know how to live without her, she was always there and she seems really regretful about what she did. It was in a bad time of our relationship, i was being distant to her and she believed that i cheated on her with a friend.
My life is literally destroyed, i can't enjoy things anymore.
And i really need her.

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Talk to her with things to her face. If she is defensive or makes excuses, leave her on the spot. I know it's hard and very painful, but there is nothing irreplaceable in this life. You're a wreck now, but life is always changing and there's a chance you'll find someone better, who values you and loves you much more.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Thats a really good advice, i was expecting to be called a homosexual lmao.
      I already talked to her and she just cried and apologized, i tried to ask what did i do wrong but she insisted that i did nothing wrong and it was a big mistake from her part.
      I just don't want this to happen agian.

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I understand you've been with her for forever and it was perfect, and it may seem devastating, but relationships have worked out under similarly or more so divided circumstances.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      so, do you think i should give her another chance?
      it was 2 years ago and she says she didn't tell me because she was scared.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        That's rough buddy. If she didn't frick him, it's not unforgivable. You need to take a step back and decide, with who your gf is right now, not who she has been before but right now, is this somebody you would start dating? If no, this is the best time you're going to have to get out. If yes, you need to have a serious sit down with her to explain the gravity of this betrayal. If it really only was this one time and she cut it off willingly and she didn't actually do anything sexual with him, you can choose to forgive her, but that's for you to decide.

        • 2 months ago
          OP

          Well she isn't my gf anymore but, if i could choose ANY woman in the entire world, it would be her.

          You guys don't understand, i grew up with her, i don't have a single memory without her, i literally don't know how to go through a day without her.

          Ignoring the cheating part, there is no better women for me because, growing up together, we know everything about each other, we almost never had fights.

          We were the perfect couple :(, it's not something i could replace.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >i literally don't know how to go through a day without her.
            Well it's time for you to learn. It's okay to get help via therapy if you need it. Her cheating ass ways may be a blessing in disguise as you seem quite codependent. You can live without her and you will. Thank God she showed you who she is before you put a ring on her finger and brought children into the mix

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            stick to it and you'll come out stronger and happier OP. Glad you're being sensible and not ignoring all the people like usual OPs on this site.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    In order to right this wrong, you are granted one coupon for 5 (five) kisses from a female of your choice.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      This but blowjobs instead of kisses, it was 2 years ago and inflation is real

  4. 2 months ago
    prince charming

    you should cut her head off for her insolence anon! make sure to post here when you do!

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Honestly yeah, you should forgive her (but not forget about it)

    It seems that it was a time where she felt lonely which made her do regretful things, but it appears she has grown from it and actually regrets it.

    Though if it happens again, it's another story.
    Take care anon, I hope you still love her enough to see things clearly.

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    No, you don't need someone who's willing to show any physical affection with other people.
    >"but she said it was only a kiss"
    OK, make out with her friends, does she feel the same way, or is it "way too much" for her to handle?
    You might as well dump her, and start over. Chalk it up as a wash, it's her fault she threw it all away, don't let her try and spin it as your fault. She's not regretful about it, only that she got caught.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      This, if you don't do it as well then there's no justice.
      She hid it from you.
      It's the offence + the lie that makes it worse.

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    you answered your own question

    >My life is literally destroyed, i can't enjoy things anymore.

    Because of her

    >And i really need her.
    She can't give you joy anymore

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >She can't give you joy anymore
      Must has Lisa for joy pills

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    If she did it once, she will do it again

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    op, if you forgive her now it will plant a constant seed of doubt in your mind. you may come to resent her as time goes on. when you have any feelings of doubt that should be pushed aside by her persistent loyalty over the years, instead you will remember when she cheated on you.

    it doesn't matter if she (at the time) thought you cheated on her, she has no right to cheat on you. she has been unfaithful and it is very difficult to really come to terms with something like this without it destroying your trust in her over time.

    cut your losses, move on, and find someone who will show you the love and loyalty you deserve. learn from her mistakes and make a new relationship with somebody else that will last.

    in 45 years do you want to look at your wife and remember how she cheated on you, or do you want to be reminded of her persistent faithfulness?

    • 2 months ago
      OP

      That's my biggest fear

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >They didn't frick
    Of course they did you moron. Don't be such a fricking moron.

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