I need relationship help. My boyfriend doesn't trust me. PLEASE GIVE ME ANSWERS! My boyfriend has been feeling "Iffy" about our relationship lately due to him thinking I'm out here entertaining other guys, which I am not. He does not trust me. He usually makes comments like, ”You're 25, you have your whole life to live. You probably have 50 million guys coming at you a day!” Mind you, I am 25; he is 34. I really care about my boyfriend a lot though. We hung out on last Thursday and our night went great.
So basically my ex contacted me out of the blue about how much he missed me and wanted to meet up. He texted me every day, taking long walks down memory lane, and got me thinking about how good things were. Things previously ended between us because I was focused on school and I couldn't give him the attention he needed. We got into the habit of chatting and being in contact again. I started snooping on Facebook and found that he was in a relationship. I was pissed and stopped speaking to him.
Well, well, well…it’s been a minute (or a couple of months) since my last Rav’s Repro column. You may recall I was 34 weeks pregnant, eyeing that finish line, feeling like I was going to pop. (That feeling must have been a premonition.) A LOT has happened since then. And by a lot I mean, my rainbow baby FINALLY (but also quickly) arrived. Friday, May 26th was a rough day. I felt like crap — my abdominal strain was a ten on the pain scale, I was exhausted from lack of sleep, my everything hurt.
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Selecting a term
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