PepeLePew answered Monday April 26 2004, 1:24 am: The honestly, he probably is and you should dump him. Why in the world would he tell you if he is or not? Lol...you can always ask a friend of yours whom you trust to keep an eye on him.
AuTy answered Sunday April 25 2004, 11:28 pm: Wats up....
Never ask a guy if he is cheatin on you... wat u think he gon say? "Yea baby, im cheating" of course he's gonna lie. and u said u think..so u dont know for sure.. so jus wait and see if things are gettn worse between you guys. Amd wat are u doin with a boyfriend in 5th grade and 11 yrs old? Girl thats puppy love [ AuTy's advice column | Ask AuTy A Question ]
toughkitty answered Saturday April 24 2004, 2:13 pm: Im surte if have a couple of close guy friends, so get one of them to go up to your boyfriend and be all, "Hey, so i hear your cheatin on _____________. That's pretty kool. Yo i never knew u was a pimp man! That's tight!" Or sumthin like that. That way he'll tell your GUY friend the truth and he can report bak to you. [ toughkitty's advice column | Ask toughkitty A Question ]
takingfive answered Saturday April 24 2004, 1:45 pm: Your statement is slightly ambiguous... Who are you hearing these things from? Are you hearing it from somebody who you trust, or are you hearing it from someone who is either out to get you or your boyfriend? I'm assuming you're in junior high or high school... People make up stories like these all the time in school just to stir things up and rock the boat. There could be lots of different reasons that a story like this could be formulated... By a cruel person to see you two go through agony, by a jealous guy who has a crush on you and wants to date you but can't because you have a boyfriend (and then hopefully when you dump this guy for cheating on you, he'll have a chance), or by a jealous girl who wants your boyfriend.
Although these are just "stories", I wouldn't completely rule out the fact that they may be true. There is no way to know whether or not your boyfriend is being dishonest with you when he tells you he's not cheating. How long have you two been dating? Does he have a past of cheating on his previous girlfriends? How does he act when you ask him about it? Does he get defensive or violent, or does he look you in the eye and tell you that he'd never do that to you?
It's very dangerous to believe every piece of gossip you hear from your peers, because most of the time, it's either a formulated piece of garbage, or an exaggeration of the truth. If you start feeling as though this relationship is on a downhill slide and that you can no longer trust him, I think it may be time to end it. A relationship without trust is one that is doomed to fail. [ takingfive's advice column | Ask takingfive A Question ]
Magenta answered Friday April 23 2004, 2:57 pm: If you don't trust his answer, then that's probably a big sign that the relationship could be on the down and out. Think about it - if you don't trust him now, will you ever? [ Magenta's advice column | Ask Magenta A Question ]
Girlwithamansname answered Friday April 23 2004, 11:26 am: In most instances you should trust him.
LilMia811 answered Thursday April 22 2004, 8:45 pm: If he said no, then all you can do is trust that he is telling the truth. But, if you catch him in the act or in lie, then leave him alone because he is no good. You don't need a bf who si gonna play ping-pong between you and some another girl(s). [ LilMia811's advice column | Ask LilMia811 A Question ]
wipeoutsmile answered Thursday April 22 2004, 6:35 pm: sry about that someone else was answerin and not me. If u feel that your boyfriend is chating on u sit down and have a serious talk with him, and try to get as much evidence as u can to proove that he is cheating on u and if he is tell him that evidence. then you will no the truth
i hope that helped
LIA AND SAMANTHA
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