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MAN SLEEP TALKS & CALLS OUT NAMES OF OTHER GIRLS WHEN SLEEPING WITH GF

It’s happened to all of us, I’m sure.

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You’re in a relationship with someone and you think everything is going perfect, but then you find out that your significant other has been cheating on you.

It’s heartbreaking, and it’s even worse when you find out in such a strange way.

I recently experienced this when my boyfriend started sleep talking and calling out the names of other girls he had cheated with during our relationship.

At first, I didn’t think much of it. We had been together for over a year and I thought we were happy and in a good place.

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But then, I started to notice that my boyfriend often muttered in his sleep. I knew that he was dreaming, but I couldn’t make out what he was saying.

I tried to talk to him about it, but he just brushed it off and said he was probably just talking in his sleep.

I thought it was strange, but I didn’t think much of it until one night when he started calling out the names of other girls he had cheated with.

I was in shock and my heart sank. I felt so betrayed and hurt. I confronted him about it the next morning and he admitted to cheating on me.

I was devastated. I couldn’t believe that he had been lying to me for so long. I was so angry and hurt that I ended the relationship right away.

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I later found out that my boyfriend had a condition called sleep talking, which is when a person talks in their sleep without being aware of it.

It’s actually quite common, and it can range from mumbling to speaking complete sentences.

I’m still dealing with the pain of betrayal, but I’m thankful that I found out the truth, even if it was in such a strange way.

If it wasn’t for my boyfriend’s sleep talking, I would’ve never known the truth and I would’ve stayed in a relationship that wasn’t right.

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