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IM NOT CHEATING
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An_247925 posted:
I DNT UNDERSTAND WHY MY BOYFRIEND KEEPS THINKIN IM CHEATING .IM A FULL TIME NURSES AID I HAVE A 3YR OLD ALL I DO IS GO TO WORK AND TAKE CARE OF MY SON AND HOUSEOLD I JUST DNT UBDERSTAND WHY HE ALWAYS WANT TO FUSS...... HELP WHAT AM I DOING WRONG/
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georgiagail responded:
What are you doing wrong? Nothing, except perhaps dating the wrong person.

Gail
 
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kisha252 replied to georgiagail's response:
LOL HELL YEAH HE HAS BEEN FUSSIN EVER SINCE THE FATHER OF MY CHILD PASSD AWAY LAST YEAR NOW HE THINKS HE RULES ME BUT IM AM ON THE ROAD OF LETTING GO .... THANKS GAIL
 
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kristinmarie722 responded:
Usually the ones who accuse thier SO of cheating, when it's unwarranted, usually are cheating themselves.
 
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Elle0317 replied to kristinmarie722's response:
So true! This is usually the case, they are trying to put the focus on you instead of themselves. If you plan on staying with him, keep your eyes open.
 
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kisha252 replied to Elle0317's response:
NAW I LEFT IT WAS JUST TO MUCH FOR ME .. I KNW HIS SORRY BUTT IS CHEATING


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