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I've been going out with my boyfriend for almost three years. However, throughout our entire relationship I'm always catching him flirting with other girls and it hurt me a lot. We've had a rough three years together, but now we're trying to make things work and it seems we might actually be truly happy again. But I'm scared. I don't want to get hurt again, three years is enough. What should I do?


Is he still interested? Is he REALLY trying? Can you tell he really is or is he just playing it off? It’s not right for him to be doing that to you, especially if you guys have been through a rough time, especially since it’s been a long time. 

You have to let him know how you’re feeling about this. He needs to take this seriously or else he’ll lose you and he needs to know that. If he isn’t bothered by that fact, then the relationship just may not work out. You can’t just be putting in all the effort yourself or it’ll be extremely difficult and may not last. Talk to him. Let him know you’re really serious about this and that he shouldn’t be flirting with other girls when he has you. 

Posted 2 months ago With 4 notes


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Posted 2 months ago With 172,181 notes

My boyfriend has a lot of experience. He has had dated many girls and has slept with many more before we met. I know it's in his past and I shouldn't judge, but I just don't know how to get over it.


Ahh that’s difficult. It kind of brings up more of a jealous side too sometimes. 

I suppose the only thing you can really do is to really try hard to forget about it, or just be happy with the fact that he’s with you now and he knows what he’s doing. That might not be too reassuring but it’s better than to let it continuously bother you. If you keep thinking negatively about it, it’ll only make you upset and you don’t want this reason to get between you two in the relationship. He’s not with anyone else and he’s dating you. It’s all about you now, so don’t let the past get in between the present/future! 

Posted 2 months ago With 3 notes

Omfg I love your blog :)


Why thank youuu. 

Posted 2 months ago With 2 notes

How should I tell my parents about my long distance relationship? He already told his parents I'm just scared to tell mine pls help.


My parents found out in a weird way and Lawrence told his mom straight up basically. 

Are your parents open-minded or are they pretty strict? I know a lot of parents who weren’t okay with it at first, eventually decided it was alright as long as you’re happy. 

You should probably hint at it at first when you guys can talk. A lot of parents are hesitant since it’s with someone you haven’t (probably) met yet. So when the time comes, mention stuff like how they can meet him through skype or something, talk to his parents, you know, just to confirm and reassure them that he’s not a fake or some bad person. 

Posted 2 months ago With 6 notes

  • Bae: babe come over
  • Me: I just put my bagel bites in the oven
  • Bae: my parents aren't home
  • Me: I literally just put them in the oven

Posted 2 months ago With 376,297 notes

“Inner beauty, too, needs occasionally to be told it is beautiful.”

Robert Brault (via thelavenderlife)

Posted 2 months ago With 13,568 notes


one time some guy asked for my number and he was really nice but i’m in a relationship so i just said so and he was like “no worries, take it as flattery then”

THAT’S how you handle rejection, not by stabbing a girl in the fucking neck

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