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Can’t Decide Which Guy To Date

Dear Miss A,
I need your help! I am torn between two guys! One is sweet ,caring,but a trouble-maker [I’ve dated him 3 times]. The other guy is very charming ,cut, but he’s a bit bi-polar [I’ve dated him 4+ time we had an on and off relationship] Please help me!

Torn Down The Middle
Dear Torn Down The Middle,
Honey, I don’t even know where to start. You do not need help deciding between these two men. You need to stop jumping from one roller coaster ride to the other, and find a stable relationship for yourself. You are so busy re-dating these two guys that you are missing out on all the other men who are out there who aren’t bi-polar or trouble-makers. You have broken up with these guys numerous times for good reasons, and you shouldn’t have to keep repeating the mistakes to learn the lesson. I would bet that you don’t have good boundaries. When you break up with one of these guys, you need to mean it and act like you mean it and cut them out of your life so you can truly move on. I would also bet that you like chaos in your life, because it’s familiar. Some people get addicted to that type of thing. If you really want a solid relationship, I suggest you toss these guys to the curb, get yourself straight and refrain from dating for about 6 months so you can learn who you are without these men and without the drama, focus on your goals, and when you are in a healthier position, then open yourself up to dating. You will make better decisions, and choose more appropriate men at that point.
I wish you the best! Please let me know how things go! Sorry if my advice is a bit harsh, but I think it’s what you need to hear.
– Miss A

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