You think your boyfriend is cheating on you. You’re not sure, but there are some red flags. Maybe he’s been acting strange lately, or he’s been working late and coming home less. Whatever the case may be, you can’t help but feel like something is off.
You try to shake the feeling, but it’s hard. You start to think of all the times he’s been late coming home, or how he always seems to be on his phone when you’re around. Every little thing starts to add up, and you can’t help but feel like he’s cheating on you.
You confront him about it, but he denies it. He says you’re being paranoid, and that there’s nothing going on. But you know something is up. You can feel it in your gut.
You start to snoop around, trying to find evidence of his infidelity. But you’re not sure what you’re looking for. You go through his things, but you don’t find anything concrete. But the more you snoop, the more convinced you become that he’s cheating on you.
You start to feel like you’re going crazy. You can’t eat, you can’t sleep, and you’re constantly on edge. You’re obsessing over this, and it’s starting to take over your life.
You confront him again, and this time he doesn’t deny it. He admits that he’s been seeing someone else, and that he’s sorry. He says it’s not you, it’s him.
This destroys you. You can’t believe he would do this to you. You thought you meant more to him than that.
You’re heartbroken and angry. You cry for days, and you can’t seem to get over it. It feels like your world has ended.
But eventually, you start to pick up the pieces. You realize that you’re better off without him. You deserve someone who will be loyal to you, and who will treat you with respect.
You start to move on, and you slowly start to heal. The pain is still there, but it starts to fade with time. And eventually, you’ll be able to look back on this and see it as a blessing in disguise.