I didn't mean for anything to happen, but I got caught up in everything that he was doing and I didn't stop him.
He was the first guy I've done anything with, not that he knows that, and I just don't know how to move forward from this.
So, I have simplified the WHY of cheating by whittling it down to five things.Read on, I think you may be surprised by what I have to say. We get along really well and we’ve become pretty good friends.I don’t want you to misunderstand, nothing at all has happened between us. When we first met and started hanging out at lunch, etc.We have the same interests, the same dislikes, same sense of humor, but he has a girlfriend.I knew at the time that we hooked up, and I've been feeling pretty bad about it since.f you don't want to be in a relationship with someone who cheats then just tell him you want to put the relationship off and find a healthier one.First of all you shouldn't try to uncover the situation until he does. But if he actually opens up to his girlfriend you should express respect for her and apologize for what happened.he would talk pretty openly about her, their social plans, etc.He has never indicated how serious they are, but I know they’ve been going out for a couple of years (we’re both 25).I would talk with him about why he did that and try to find a solution for him, his girlfriend and me if it is possible to talk with him in a normal way.If that isn't the case, I would try to find out the phone number of his girlfriend and try to warn her.