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How to break up with someone you weren't really going out with?

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    So this girl and I have been kinda seeing each other, like we hang out quite a bit and we've kissed twice. But recently we have been having more and more fights - just stuff about her and my (supposed) best friend flirting voraciously at a party when they were both drunk, and how she thinks I don't trust her, which is probably true unfortunately. Also ages ago, she snogged two guys at a party I wasn't at, but she apologised and feel really bad about it.
    Anyway, my other friends have pointed out that she'll probably continue to do stuff like this if we were in a relationship, and that I maybe deserve better than her. But I have no idea how I would go about telling her I'm not interested anymore. She's the first girl to actually like me back, and while I want to be truthful, I don't want to be brutal and hurt her. So any advice on what I should say to her and how I should go about it?
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    Just get rid, the longer you leave it the harder it gets. My situation is very similar but I love her so much now there is no way I could break up with her. I don't really act jealous but it makes me go crazy when she goes to parties just because of some small stuff that happened when we first started seeing each other.


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    Even if it's tough or makes you feel like an ass, being real and straight with someone is always the best bet. Show others the respect they deserve.

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