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Dear Doctor TRuth,

I'm currently going out with a boy who I like very much.
We've been going out for 3 weeks and he's just told me that he still has feelings for his ex (who he went out with until 2 months ago). He went out with her for three months but she treated him like dirt. She has told him recently that she wants to go back out with him.
He's not sure what to do and neither am I.
Should I dump him or start seeing him even though I don't think it will be the same.
I am worried that he will do something behind my back.
Please help.

Dear "Worried"

If he still has feelings for his "ex" he can't really be with you now can he?
If he wants to go back to someone who has treated him poorly, that is his problem.
Personally, I think he needs to work it out with her before he can give anyone else his full on attention.
Ask him what he wants. Tell him you can handle it if he wants her more (I know this will be painful!) but it is better to get things out in the open rather than have him do something behind your back and then feel humiliated.
You don't want to feel like "sloppy seconds" and no one can be with another until they have fully recovered from what went before anyway.
It is best to keep your dignity, so let him go back.
He will only get burnt again anyway, but that will be his choice. Some people are that self-destructive. Don't you be one of them.
If you are able to let him go, trust that someone else better for you will come along.
Believe me, that is the healthy choice.

Dr. TRuth

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