I’m depressed.
I have been in love with this guy for the past 3years as time goes on, he treats me shitty insult me, but I still love him most times he doesn’t even have my time for me to talk to him. so I meet this guy recently he had my time gave me money, so I spent time with him mostly and I feel in love with him, but I still love my boyfriend.

we had sex like five times, the last time he had sex with him he made me feel like he was using me. anytime he comes over, he has sex with me and then leaves. he doesn’t even talk to me anymore he just wants to be having sex with me.

My boyfriend somehow found out there was this guy but didn’t know if we had a thing and he refused to believe we didn’t have a thing; now me and my boyfriend have been having issue since he knew about this guy.
I don’t know what to do. sometimes I cry, I always want to be by myself sometimes I look for something to injure myself getting addicted to drugs I honestly need someone to talk to and always ready to listen.

1 Comment
  • Anonymous
    2:52 PM, 30 April 2023

    I’m sorry to learn that you are experiencing a challenging moment. You seem to be juggling a lot of contrasting emotions and difficult scenarios. It’s necessary to look after yourself at this period and get guidance.

    I want to start by emphasising that, in any relationship, you ought to be treated with respect and kindness. Your boyfriend or the other person should not mistreat you or use you for sex. You deserve to be with someone who respects you, loves you, and takes good care of you. Discussing your thoughts and feelings with a therapist, a close friend, or a member of your family may be helpful. They can offer listening ears and moral support as you make these challenging decisions and feelings.

    you might want to consider ending but the relationship and situationship you are in. Try building love, honesty and loyalty with someone who cares for you as much as you do for them.

    Please get immediate professional assistance if you are battling with addiction or have thoughts of harming yourself.

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