Bringing college dating home man

06 Feb

Four days later he sent me a message on Facebook, and for a week, he sent me beautiful love messages. I broke it off—I knew I couldn't survive it, emotionally.Then he sent me a CD full of the most stunning songs, which I listened to twice, crying.He was the first guy I slept with, the first I brought home to my parents, the one I spent every holiday and birthday with.Then he started fooling around with my best friend's roommate, and a month later they were a couple.Before I knew it, I was lip-locked with a girl in the back of the limo—for a while!At the time I didn't think it was a big deal, but when I saw my boyfriend back in Chicago, I felt really bad.But in the end, I felt too guilty to continue the relationship,' and stopped returning his calls.""When I was a senior in college, I had a boyfriend of three years, but sometimes my friend Nate would come over and spend the night…in my bed.We never hooked up or even really touched; we just talked and fell asleep next to each other.

Coming clean would have been more for her benefit than his."*—Jennifer Cadiente, 36, Oregon City, Ore.

After that, I put it away and never made contact with him again!

""The kiss, sexy talk, messages and music are crossing the line.

*"Out with friends one night, I met a cute guy who was wearing a wedding ring.

We hit it off, and eventually everyone left the bar except us—and that's when we admitted our attraction to each other. When we left the bar, I gave him a sad goodbye kiss on the mouth.