relationship advice (post new situation)
 
 
"please help"
 
My boyfriend and I have been together for 3 months. Within the first month we'd already said "I love you" to eachother and named our first child that we would have together in the future. Since then things have been amazing. We text and talk on the phone 24/7. We had even started looking at engagement rings and making plans for our wedding....as well as telling our families that we were planning on getting married. All of that came to an end whenever I told him that I wanted to get tested for STD's because I thought I might have gotten one from my ex before me and him had gotten together.. He's soo mad at me! He won't even speak to me now. Is he blowing this out of porportion? Should he really be this mad at me? What should I do?
 
posted by Ali on 8/5/2008 @9:47:42 AM •
 
i think he does have a right to be upset. thats a huge thing and he may believe you should've told him about it before hand since your relationship is so strong/close. if he does love you as much as it seems from your description above then this will pass over in time, as long as you talk about it calmly.
 
posted by Heather (age 18) on 8/6/2008
 
also you may want to think alot more about having sex with a boyfriend outside of marriage before acting on feelings. as you can see you may have thought it was so right with your ex-boyfriend but now you see what consequences it has in your life.
 
posted by Heather (age 18) on 8/6/2008
 
I THINK HE SHOUD BE UPSET YOU SHOULD OF TOLD HIM ABOUT THAT WHEN YALL GOT TOGETHER OR JUST WENT AND GOT TESTED BEFORE YALL GOT TOGETHER OR JUST WENT A GOT TESTED AND NOT SAID ANYTHING UNLESS YOU DO HAVE SOMETHING WELL I HOPE YOU GET EVERY THING FIGURED OUT AND I HOPE YOU DONT GOOD LUCK
 
posted by patricia (age 20) on 8/8/2008
 


 
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