THis really has nothing at all to do with debt or anything even related to that but I dont really have ayone I can go and talk to about this so I thought I would give it a try...i had this feeling that my boyfriend was talked to his ex girlfriends behind my back, so one day while he was in the shower i went through his cell phone, big mistake, and i saw some text messages from two of his ex girlfriends that he told me he never talked to anymore because they are "crazy", based on what they senid in the texts it looks like he was the one initiating the conversation. so i guess my question is should i say something to him about it all, i really wanna go through his phone again and i know thats bad but i have this feeling like something is just waiting there for me to find it.....we were sitting on the couch one day and i saw a text from one of his exes and i said something to him about it and he was like oh she was just saying hi then he was like what am i supposed to do just ignore her.. im like ummmm do you really even need a answer to that....so yeah what should i do? just go with my guy and tell him whats been going on or just ignore it cause i guess what i dont know cant hurt me?
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