Alright, I have a question (warning, long post): I was dating a guy in high school, and we were together for almost two years. We got along very well, but somewhere along the road I realized it was more of a companionship than a romantic relationship. I expressed my concerns to him, he agreed. I also told him, come graduation, that staying together would be impossible. We were going to two different colleges, him studying in a coed dorm at one of America's biggest party schools, and I at a business school for working adults. He agreed there, and the conversation was over. Time passed, we graduated high school, and I brought up we had spoken about in the past. He wanted to stay together for the summer, before college started in the fall, and I reluctantly agreed. He was extremely clingy and overprotective all summer, so I began to ignore him. I began talking to an old friend of mine, and explained the situation. The friend told me he would love to take me to a movie once the matters were settled. I finally managed to end the relationship with the clingy guy, and within a month that old friend addled me out. We hit it off immediately, and this guy became my first real love. I later learned my ex went crazy, and stalked me during our relationship and after. He begged me to give him another chance, and though I refused SEVERAL times he would not stop showing up at my home and harassing me to date him. A couple of my friends thought I was cheating on him with this other guy during that last summer. I, however, disagree. I saw that summer as a sort of way to "finalize the divorce". I'm here to ask opinions, was it really that wrong for me to speak to an old friend whilst attempting to end a two year companionship?