Post # 1
So my ex fiancée I guess, we are currently on a break but probably going to be over soon posted a quote on Facebook which I recently deactived but my sister saw it and told me. The quote is “it’s not that my standards are too high, it’s just that my daddy set an amazing example of how a man should treat me.” am I just over thinking this or does it really have meaning? I’m so angry right now I just want to be lke what the hell does this mean. It’s like she doesn’t think I won’t see this. It really hurts if this is how she is trying to get her point across or am I just overreacting?
Post # 3
I don’t think you’re over-reading things, and I think that you need to take that as a signal to move on. Honestly, if someone is posting quotes like that on facebook, he/she probably isn’t mature enough to get married. That sounds like stuff I did when I was in high school, maybe early in college.
Post # 4
I’m sure she thought you’d see it. That was probably the point.
Post # 5
Sounds like a passive aggressive dig. Yuck
Post # 6
That’s a common tactic some of us women like to use: passive-aggressiveness. She’s baiting you and she wants you to see it and be hurt by it, and bonus points for her if you confront her about it.
I don’t know anything about your relationship, but if you’re confident that you treated her right when you were together, then you should just brush it off and try to move on. Even if you didn’t treat her perfectly, then whatever, what’s done is done. Unless you want to get back together with her and you think it will work, then you shouldn’t take the bait and give her any satisfaction.
Post # 7
It sucks and is harsh, but it means she doesn’t think you’re good enough for her. Nothing to overthink here – ditch this biatch!
Post # 8
Gross. First, I hate it when anyone older than 12 uses “daddy”. Second, she is not the girl you are going to marry. she’s an immature brat. Anyone who would post that is.
Post # 9
Passive-aggressive much? I hate when people do this bs on facebook. It’s immature.
Post # 10
This is textbook passive aggressive behavior. The immaturity of actions like this astound me. It is complete crap and I would move on. You deserve someone better who will not air dirty laundry in public trying to get attention.
Post # 12
Or she could mean that you are good enough for her since she was/is with you. But it’s still an immature thing to post. Don’t confront her because she’s just going to be defensive and turn it around on you and try to make you feel bad. It sounds like she’s being childish and needs to figure out what she wants. If I were you, I’d put the ball in my court and move on. I would not want to be married to a child like her if I was a man.