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Me and my boyfriend broke up because he cheated on me. The reason he cheated was because I want him to move in with me but he said to wait. Is that normal?

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Me and my boyfriend broke up because he cheated on me. The reason he cheated was because i want him to move in with me but he said to wait until he finished college. But i told him i cant wait one more year and i told him to start looking for other girls so that he learn how to live without me. He loves me so much and we have been together for so long. Then i found out he was sexting with other girls the time i told him to look for other girls.I was hurt because we didn't officially broke up and i never expected he would do that to me. Then i left him and we broke up.After we broke up he said he would do anything to fix it and he cried about it. He asked me for forgiveness. But since i was hurt i stopped contacting him and ignore him. I did kinda the same thing before. I was talking to other guys but nothing sexual. He found out and he forgave me. He said he cant live without me and he loves me a week ago. Now i found out he killed himself. He is in life support and the doctor said he would get better. Should i take him back ?

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When you enter into a relationship with someone, you need to establish some ground rules so you guys are on the same page. If someone disappoints you or makes you mad, you shouldn't rush off and start texting / sexting someone else in order to make the other person jealous.

Also, you don't try to commit suicide in order to force someone to not break up with you. That's emotional blackmail.

If you love him, then work on the relationship WITH him. Talk things through - face to face - and get on the same page with what you want and what he wants. Stop playing games, both of you. It's not cool and it only hurts the other person.

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