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    what do I do?????????????????????????????
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    Uhhh geee I dunno maybe leave him???????????????????????????
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    My ex was a cheat too, made me so sad. Poker is a novel game and should be played fairly
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    Leave him then. He'll just do it again. But like did he cheat on you or exams... Since this is in the A Levels forum.
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    (Original post by MissIntrov)
    Leave him then. He'll just do it again. But like did he cheat on you or exams... Since this is in the A Levels forum.
    he cheated on me with my sister.... he also cheated on his test
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    Why is this even a question
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    (Original post by CarysJSLewis)
    Why is this even a question
    because I am trying to do my a levels and all I can think about is him and my sister
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    (Original post by liliway)
    because I am trying to do my a levels and all I can think about is him and my sister
    Dump the boy. Tell your parents what happened, and they can deal with her.
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    (Original post by CarysJSLewis)
    Dump the boy. Tell your parents what happened, and they can deal with her.

    thanks add me on snapchat lili_way
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    The logical answer would be to leave him.
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    Leave him because once a cheater, always a repeater.
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    (Original post by liliway)
    because I am trying to do my a levels and all I can think about is him and my sister
    He has cheated on you and that will not change.

    You can decide to stay with him and he will cheat again. You cant trust him.

    You can break up with him and find someone better, whop wont cheat.


    Not really a hard choice. The sooner you do it, then the sooner you cna get over it and on with your A levels. People can be disappointing. Worrying about it will not change this. Make choices that best suit you.
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    (Original post by saraxh)
    Leave him because once a cheater, always a repeater.
    Please tell me you're quoting Rachel Green from Friends.

    Edit: Sorry I thought you said 'once a cheater, always a cheater'
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    (Original post by liliway)
    he cheated on me with my sister.... he also cheated on his test
    Leave him, he's not worth it. Talk to your sister about it & just focus on yourself.
 
 
 
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