Temptation

I'm 17. I've been with my boyfriend for almost 2 years. He just got me a promise ring, and I love it! It's safe to say I'm very happy with him, he's perfect. There's just one problem...

I try not to blame my past for the way I am, but I used to have a very bad habit of talking to many guys at once, I loved the attention. I was molested by my brother, my cousin, and my mothers best friends son. I was raped at 14 by a stranger in front of my best friend. I feel like these are reasons why I want so much attention. My boyfriend knows that and hes been supporting me as i overcome these striggles. Well lately...I've been fighting an urge to hook up with this other guy...I know it's not worth throwing away someone who is "hubby" material for a one night stand. But I get these urges and temptation always gets the best of me. I've never physically cheated on him, but I have talked to several guys behind his back, he discovered 2 of them and almost broke up with me because of it. I'm afraid I will be like this for the rest of my life..

Today's Best Amazon Deals
The Best USB Travel Charger Is Anker's PowerCore Fusion, According To Our Readers
20.49
Available from Amazon
ConfessionPost may receive a commission
Get It On Amazon

5 Comments

  • newest
  • oldest
  • most replies
  • most popular
  • Remember that healing is a process. Don't be too h****** yourself, and don't be too h****** the people who are trying to help you. Your boyfriend sounds like a great guy. Talk to him.

  • Do you like a***?

  • No, it's not your fault you were molested or raped, but you cannot use those as excuses for being unfaithful. Enjoying flirtation has nothing to do with a history of sexual abuse. That being said, you're 17, and this isn't the middle ages! Go get an education, meet lots of guys and start a career before you even think of getting married! Trust me-- everyone I know who got married before their mid-twenties got divorced, especially when one partner has a history of cheating.

  • THEIR HELP FOR PEOPLE LIKE YOU....

  • Molestation and rape aside, you're 17, and I know you probably think you've "got it all figured out"... chances are you're going to meet many more guys in your life. A very small percentage of high school sweethearts stay together. Save both of yourselves heartache. Meet new people, be young. I got married at 26 and it's still not easy...atleast think about what I've said

Account Login
Signup
Is this post inapropriate?
Is this comment inapropriate?
Delete this post?