Hello me and my girlfriend are together for like 4 months and we love each other a lot. She were always saying that she is not chatting with anyone / not cheating on me and WONT do it but One day i Caught her chatting with a guy (i did that test , i was the fake profile) and then she apologised and said that it wont happen again and wanted to give me her passwords (Instagram , snapchat). Anyway since then everyone who tries to chat her and etc , she declines it and instantly telling me that someone tried to connect with her ( which I Appreciate ) but you know once your issue is ruined , you'll always think that she MAY do it or hide / lie again. Anyway i've forgave her and im trying to trust her a lot now and we're fighting a lot and often about issues again.. I regret so much for doing this to her but she ruined my trust. So many times she says Goodnight and then i see her being Online in Viber (but I think its because the app is running in the background) and she told me that she dont know too why it's saying "ONLINE" . I told her about that and she changed her status. So i cant see when she is online now and asked her why is that ( no matter i knew why ) . At first she said that she dont know and then i said Of course you do , you're trying to hide and lie to me again and told her to break-up because I just dont trust her fully. She said she'll uninstall viber and keep her passwords same until i decide to look for her again. I wanna know what's your advice , what should i do ? Should i trust her? I really love her and I feel bad because I hurt her like that with this attitude and Im really sorry.. I dont want to lose her. What do you think did she lied to me again ( she said she'll change her status again.)
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Last edited by milayko22; 25-02-2018 at 16:46.
- 25-02-2018 14:10
- 25-02-2018 16:48
If you really loved her, you’d trust her. What is a relationship without trust? An unhealthy one. Maybe you two should take some time apart, learn to trust one another again (as friends), and then come to your own conclusion as to if you’re ready to commit to a relationship with her.