search
Log In

Askmeghana is now on whatsapp. Join Askmeghana Central Applications Office Whatsapp Group for Admissions and Career Guidance and General Counseling <<< Contact 0556202845 / 0551699422

>>> Contact Central Applications Office Now for Admissions, Career Guidance, Jobs and Educational Issues Click Here to Apply!

Welcome to Askmeghana. You can discuss any issues bothering you. We are here to help you solve all your problems and get the correct information you seek. Join the happy community.


Welcome to the Community!

26.5k questions

25.2k answers

148k users

I've been in what has become a serious relationship for 4 months now. It's been a very intense relationship, and we've been through a lot in a short period. Im a very skeptical person by nature, and it's taken a lot of work, but our relationship has solidified a lot, and I have put a lot of trust in her, and she has in me as well. The sex was a bit shaky at first, as we jumped into it a bit quick (for me anyway) but it has gotten very good, and very intense. We have sex prety much whenever we see each other - about 4 - 6 times a week.

The emotional aspect and trust we have in each other has grown a lot as well. It has been hard for both of us to find someone we can trust, but we both believe we have that in each other.

Now, here's the problem - she has a friend in another state she sees maybe once or twice a year. They have been friends for many years and although they considered a relationship at one point she has said repeatedly she wouldn't be able to stand him as a boyfriend and a relationship would never work with him. However, they have had a "no strings attached" sexual relationship on and off for several years. She is planning on seeing some family over Christmas, and knows she is going to see him when she goes home. This is the first time she will have seen him since we've been together, and she has said there's a good chance she will have sex with him. Not because of any dissatisfaction with me, but because they have always had a connection physically, and can both separate emotion from sex. She has explained it in length to me, because she wants to be honest and doesn't want to go behind my back. She knows I'm uncomfortable with it, and she doesn't want it to hurt or end our relationship if it happens.

What's hard is the fact that we have a very deep and emotional relationship. I have looked and tried to find some dishonesty on her part on the emotional side but I can't find any, so I know she is not faking her feelings for me.

Any ideas?
in Love and Relationship
How to get Lucky in Life

3 Answers

0 votes
Ya... break up with her.

Her manipulation skills are impeccable! She has you convinced that having sex with another guy ain't so bad. The fact that you even listened to her tell you this crap blows my mind.

Talaniman has said it to me and I say it to you "relationships that move too fast will always crash and burn". An intense, four-month relationship doesn't lend itself to a solid relationship.

So again, break-up with her because if you two do continue to date well into the future, this will not be the last time you'll be sharing your girlfriend with that friend or others, and she'll live guilt-free because she told you about it beforehand.
0 votes
She may be being honest with you regarding the likelihood of having sex with this other guy but she's not being very honest regarding her feelings for you. "I love you and care for you very much, but I'm probably going to have sex with this other guy over Christmas because we've always had a physical relationship with no strings attached. I won't consider just saying to him 'sorry, but I'm involved with someone else now so I can't have sex with you any more.' " Now I don't know how all of this sounds to you but it sounds pretty off the wall to me. Doesn't exactly qualify for the "girlfriend of the year" award in my estimation. Govern yourself accordingly.
0 votes
Sure tell her her she can have sex with him, just make sure to tell her not to come back after.

Even if she doesn't have sex with him, to seriously consider cheating when your only four months into a relationship is a clear sign that it will fail.

I say end it. If she is this eager to have sex with someone else at this point in your relationship, knowing how much it will hurt you, I don't see how she will remain loyal to you if this becomes long term.
Break up with her now and save yourself a lot of heartbreak.
...