I am sorry you have split-up, but 7 months is a long time to be split-up and some healing time should have taken place for you. However, I do blame your cousin for not being honest with you no matter if she knew it would hurt you or not by finding out she was seeing your ex boyfriend. You cope by holding your head up high, leaving the past in the past and putting some space between you and your cousin until you feel you have settled things in your own mind. She has managed to open fresh wounds for you and she was selfish by not telling you. Don't bother to argue with your cousin about it. Start going out with your friends and getting back out in society where you are free to meet other young men. Trust me when I say, most of us have not always held onto someone we've loved when younger and we've had to heal in our own time, but move on eventually. You are stronger than you think, so get moving, get out with those friends and out in the world of the living. If you have the confidence to realize that your ex boyfriend lost out on a lot by not staying with you and that your cousin has managed to crush any trust you had between the two of you, you come out the winner! They have to deal with the way they handled this situation and there is no way in h-ll that she or your ex didn't know you were coming and they should have been more discreet about it and your cousin should have told you about seeing your ex. Some things are not in our control and for you, you had no control over this one, but you have control over yourself. Be a winner .. get moving ... get into the dating circuit again. Good luck!
No, you should not. Just move on.
i think that if a girl says that you should ask your boyfriend first before beliveing it
Politely ask your cousin what she is doing, and then if that doesn't work, tell her that he is your boyfriend and not hers so she needs to back off and stay away from him.
about 2 months
Presumably you will have a baby in about 9 months.If you're asking how your boyfriend (or, for that matter, his cousin) will feel about that, then you know them (at least one of them in the Biblical sense) better than we do; how should we know?
You should move on and not worrying about calling him anything. If he's moved on with his cousin, you should remove yourself from that situation as soon as possible.
Within 3 months or whenever you both feel you should.
yes I say that you should.
You should try sleeping with him, he will trust you more if he knows you are willing to commit.
Round about 6 Months
you should call him in two days
No, Not if he has another girl
If you really are a friend, you don't and you don't sleep with the boyfriend again. Sleeping with him sure didn't make you one of her friends. That is considered a betrayal of friendship.
Yes! Wake up girl! You have to have to work on your self esteem.
Move on. Get another boyfriend or stay single. It is up to you.
get yourself something
its obvious he loves you or either he's desprate
Yes, you should let her know; however, also reassure her that you will not act on that feeling. Thus, she will know how you feel and be able to avoid hurting or offending you.
You should do nothing because that is your cousin.
No you should not have. That would have been unfair to your cousin, you should know this.
What does The word should be as cousin to the deed mean?
if you are serious: yes
Talk to him about it.
Hopefully she doesn't have a boyfriend now and if not, then phone her and ask her out.