This really cute boy who I like a lot is in a relationship with the girl who bullied me when we were younger. It was serious bullying too. It only got physical a couple of times, but our parents were brought into school and it got messy.
Anyway, she’s the type of person the teachers love and think is harmless when she’s actually not a very nice person at all.
This girl has been known to sleep with boys and ditch them, but they still throw themselves at her hoping they will be “the one”.
Do you think I should tell her boyfriend what she’s really like? I’m 100% sure she doesn’t even care about him because the boy she really likes is the only one who isn’t interested in her.
I know this sounds really stupid, but I need your advice.
Well, you could tell the boy but he might not believe you and he’ll probably think you’re the bad person for trying to split them up.
Of course, I understand why you’d want to spill the beans – no one likes a bully. But I just don’t think it would get you anywhere. She would claim you’re just jealous and it’s all lies, and that you’re trying to make trouble for her. This boy will probably find out soon enough what she’s really like and, if that happens, maybe you can help him pick up the pieces and move on.
But until then I think you need to focus on yourself. If you do end up in a relationship with him, you don’t want it to start because you’ve broken them up.
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