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super hard on both ends of any relationship. The first step is to
confess. Yes, I know you might not have wanted to hear that, but telling
the truth is the best way to go. He’ll be upset
and that’s nothing you can avoid, but deep down he has to appreciate
your honesty. Apologizing is a given, and you need to make sure he knows
how much you care about him. Whatever you do, DON’T get into details.
This will give your BF a clearer image of you
with another guy and will only make him angrier.
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