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Caught Boyfriend Planning a Threesome on Facebook!

I was sent this message today:

“I need some advice… My relationship with my bf was going wonderfully in the beginning so I thought….everyday when I would meet up my bf it was all smiles never fought or anything. He would tell me he loved and stuff but that asshole was talking to his ex on Facebook every night when I would be at work…he her he wanted to meet up and mess around andtry to have a threesome with a friend they knew….and also try to flirt with some of his other to…my first instinct was to leave him but idk why I stayed we have a kid now but I refuse to allow him on any social network am I doing wrong by not allowing him on the social networks??”

What a terrible situation to be in. What a disgusting excuse for a boyfriend! I can imagine exactly how you felt. If you had no idea, you would have been in total shock to discover what he had been saying/planning behind your back. When someone has such an upsetting shock like that, their natural instinct is to protect themselves from having to experience it again. It makes perfect sense that you don’t want him anywhere near a social networking site. It’s HIS FAULT that you can’t trust him and that you’re worried he’ll do it again.

If your boyfriends gona be a dick about it, then he needs to go and find a girlfriend who he hasn’t betrayed and then he won’t be in this situation. But the fact is, he treated you SO badly, if he wants to be with you, THE LEAST he can do is stay away from the internet.

However, even though you deserve him to show you how sorry he is and try to prove you can trust him, you also deserve to be with someone who never f@#ked you over in the first place! He ruined your relationship a long time ago, it can never be a happy one now because you will never fully trust him and he’s not going to be happy when he’s not ‘allowed’ to go on networking sites. I’d get rid of him before he ends things. You shouldn’t have to give a man these types of rules to follow, cos he shouldn’t mess up in the first place. x

By Hannah Jones

Hannah is a Manchester based writer who has spent many years studying and working in the field of journalism and psychology. Hannah enjoys swimming, meditation and dog walking. Her favourite quote is, 'If it doesn't challenge you, it doesn't change you.'