Dear Sambag,

I have been dating this guy for almost two months. I’m 18, he’s 22. We started our relationship in October but didn’t come out to the public until late December. He left his girlfriend of 8 months for me after an emotionally abusive relationship after she cheated on him. They were best friends for 4 years.

After they broke up, he promised that he would try to be best friends no matter what. I was totally okay with them being friends. But during this, all she has done is complain that he is “rubbing” it in her face that we are together. It was to the point where if I walked into the room, she would immediately leave and then text him while she’s outside saying that he’s an asshole etc etc.

He still tries to keep her around after she insults and tells him that she is disgusted by him, yet she wont leave him alone and acts like a victim to everyone who has the misfortune of being around her.

What can I do to convince him to just let her go?

Suzanne

Dear Suzanne,

The problem isn’t the ex – it’s your boyfriend. He’s obviously still hung up on her. This is why you shouldn’t be someone’s rebound. Dump him. He needs time to sort out how he’s feeling, and he needs to be stable single before getting into a relationship.

But I’ll stop there and let our readers weigh in. Please share your advice in the Comments below.

You May Also Like:

http://sambagblog.com/gallery/2017/01/jaloezie-1024x683.jpghttp://sambagblog.com/gallery/2017/01/jaloezie-1024x683-150x108.jpgsambagDear Sambag
Dear Sambag, I have been dating this guy for almost two months. I’m 18, he’s 22. We started our relationship in October but didn't come out to the public until late December. He left his girlfriend of 8 months for me after an emotionally abusive relationship after she cheated on...