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Should I tell my boyfriend I spent all night twerking and grinding on other guys?

Question Posted Saturday May 4 2013, 10:36 am

Soo i went to a dance and it was sooo fun. People were twerking and grinning and so was i. But i have a boyfriend. I was on girls and boys ( im not bi or anything ) . But should i tell him what i was doing or not. Im scared he might be mad at me. Please help. Thaanks

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Dragonflymagic answered Sunday May 5 2013, 2:57 am:
Why was he not at the dance...or more important, why were you not with him? If he doesn't like to dance or had a sprained ankle or had a head cold and just didnt feel good enough to go, no matter what the reason, why weren't you with him?

Maybe you need to ask yourself how important this guy really is to you. In any relationship it is important to have boundaries you both are comfortable with, and to be open, honest and upfront with each other. Learn now while you're young how to show love and concern for the one you are in a relationship with. Some day you could be in a marriage with someone where one of you or both of you do not show total love and concern for each other and that will break up your marriage as it can do to just dating relationships.

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lightoftruth answered Sunday May 5 2013, 2:45 am:
It really depends on where you stand.
Do you believe that you should be honest with him?
Would you be ok if he was going to a dance and doing that with other girls?

I don't know you, I don't know if you talk to him about what's ok and what's not ok. But this, you're not sure of.
I do believe if you start feeling guilty, you'll feel like you were cheating on him or betraying him.
Trust and communication is a big deal in relationships.
If I was in that position, I would tell him. Only because if you want a true relationship with him, you need to know where the boundaries are.
If he's not ok with that, then you shouldn't do it. If he is ok with that, then ok, it's fine.

If he gets mad at you, then that's ok. You'll have to work through that.

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Xui answered Saturday May 4 2013, 8:01 pm:
I think honesty is important.

If you are scared he will be mad then why did you do it?

Lets reverse for a moment. How would you feel if your boyfriend went to a dance and was grinding on other girls?

Actions like this will end a relationship, It is dishonest.
If you care enough to save your relationship then start thinking before you speak and act or you will find yourself a single lady real soon.

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