I've been dating this guy on and off for about 2 years now. And during that time we broke up twice, first time because he moved away and I ended up having a fling with another guy short term. (I broke it off with my ex because of other petty things that bothered me in our relationship.) So fast forward a few months later and we agreed to get back together. During the relationship I found out he was cheating (with the same girl he dated after we broke up last time.) and as a result of him being a scumbag I caught a STD. So I decided to end it and dump him again! I lost my trust for him and I was very hurt. Our break up was bad this time around. He tried to get back with me right after it happened and I declined his offer. When I turned him down I later found out that he got back with the same girl and decided to date her again. So almost a year later (I'm still single) he comes back to me begging for another chance to be in my life. (Not surprised that he and that girl separated, he left her) We did hangout like twice and the feelings I have for him never really left and came flooding back all at once. I really care about him, but I'm not exactly sure I want to be back with him again. I do and I don't. I'm so confused like I'm afraid he'll give me another std, I don't trust him, but I still like him. He's all I've known these 2 years. I don't want to get hurt like that again. We are friends now and I'm trying to put that behind me. Should I be with him again or move on? I want to give us once last chance! 3 strikes your out! Should I go back to him and work things out or should I just forget about it and tell him he had his chance but messed up were done for good? I'm not sure if it's smart to get back with someone who gave you an infection. It'll take a long time for us to get back to how it was in the beginning. We are not perfect and relationships has it's ups and downs. I'm battling between heart and logic
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