(Closed) Back at it again need help with this question

posted 3 years ago in Relationships
Post # 16
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1262 posts
Bumble bee

futuremrssaldana:  No need to apologize! I mean that his thoughts over his behavior simply do not deserve your time or attention. You did the right thing by leaving that relationship, as the examples of his behavior that you provided are really horrifying. Now you deserve to focus on your thoughts, feelings, future, and happiness. I see his “apology” as just an attempt to get in the way of your progress by bringing your thoughts back to him. You deserve to be happy, and if you can, I would recommend just moving on. Trying to make sense of or analyzing his behavior probably won’t be as satisfying as just realizing that you don’t need to analyze or solve it, you are free to focus on yourself, and on eventually finding a healthy and wonderful relationship.

Post # 17
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994 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2018

It varies, and sometimes we look back on it differently

ex1) ex boyfriend was emotionally manipulative. Was not only aware but pretty open about it (I was in a bad way)

ex2) another ex broke up with me because he wasn’t in love with me any more (had started ghosting me, after 2 years together and house hunting)

He was always trying to one up me our whole relationship talking about “how easy it was for him to pick up chicks when he was single” and needing the last word in an argument… he once tried to give me euchre lessons on “why I was playing my hand wrong” when I’d won 3 of the last 4 games…

recently told a friend of mine he “broke up with [lmo013] so that she could flourish and live the life she deserved” – see: bullshit. he was bored and wanted out and is now seeing himself as my saviour because i’m living a happy life. yeah. sure. whatever.

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