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Group Therapy: Can I Win Him Back?

This question is from a Group Therapy post in our TrèsSugar Community. Add your advice in the comments!

After nearly a year of dating, I broke up with my adoring boyfriend because I was experiencing some conflicted emotions and was scared of further commitment. This whole situation made me realize just how much I really loved him and realizing my mistake, I attempted to reconcile. I realized this would take a lot of of work and time, but I was willing to do what it took to try to correct things.

However, one of my friends started telling him she oversaw a conversation between me and my other ex and that I had physically and emotionally cheated. None of this was true. I even told him I didn't, but he still claims I didn't "flat out deny it" . . . Now he's convinced I cheated on him no matter what I say, and I'm at a loss as to what to do. He completely believes what my former friend has to say and only trusts her out of all my friends.

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