Post # 1
So a few months ago I received a somewhat nasty message from one of my FI’s ex-girlfriends on Facebook. She immediatley blocked me so I was not able to reply BUT in a conversation I had with someone else, I was informed that if I made a new page and looked at this someone’s page…I would see the ex as a friend and be able to message her.
Of course it is months later but her message was very childish and was an obvious attempt to cause friction in the realtionship with my Fiance (of course it didn’t because I was already aware of what she told me and she figured I wasn’t). She also messaged him a nasty message a few minutes before.
Is this something I should just let go as I have so far? I was thinking of making another profile to message her, nothing rude but just stating that I already knew what happened and her efforts failed, my Fiance wasn’t the only to blame and that we wished her nothing but the best. I don’t want her thinking that I just let people walk all over me like that, or that we suffered because of her childishness. But then again, who cares what she thinks? She is obviously angry and the only one really suffering.
What would you do?
Post # 3
Let it go. You have him and he’s obviously better off. Someone who would do what she did isn’t worth your time or anymore thought, even.
Post # 4
Just ignore her. If you reply it will only encourage her to continue.
Post # 5
I agree, no point in continuing drama even if she is to blame. Just let it go, it’s not worth it.
Post # 6
Let it go. She is obviously looking for attention.
Post # 7
@Mrs. Bubb: Of course it is months later
I think it’s too late now. But if she tries this again, I would message her right back if you can!
Post # 8
Ignore her. Going to that extent to respond to a post that is months old would be just as childish as her original post.
Post # 9
Best to let sleeping dogs lie at this point, if she chooses to message you again in the future it just proves she’s an immature little brat with no life. Not even worth your time.
Post # 10
Let it go, don’t get sucked into useless drama.
Post # 11
That’s sort of what I thought but this someone else was pushing that I should say something. Maybe I need to help the third party get over it as well 🙂 Of course she only has my best interests at heart and hated that I was messaged like that.
Post # 12
Well, you haven’t let it go if you’re still thinking about it and are posting about it online. So, you haven’t actually done that “thus far” 😉
I would actually let it go. It’s her trying to stir up trouble. Rise above!
Post # 13
O gossshhh, just let this go! Seriously, that’s the best way to get to her. I hate it when people do stuff like that. Be the mature one here, and you’ll come out on top.
Post # 14
I’d ignore it. You’re much better off spending your precious time and energy on your wonderful FI!
Post # 15
Let it go. Don’t give her the satisfaction of a response, she’s obviously trying to get a rise out of you.
Post # 16
Yeah, it’s been too long. That’s kind of like someone inulting you and thinking of a snappy comeback a few days later…you’ll just look foolish if you say anything at that point.
Also, you’re not supposed to have more than one profile on Facebook, (though a lot of people do). If you create a new one to message her, it’s possible she could use that as ammunition to report you to FB, which could have both accounts locked.