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Author Topic: What does this mean ?

May 14, 2019, 03:15:11 PM
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So me and my ex of 2 years broke it off. We ended things on good terms.
Although I did not want things to end. I just accepted it. For my own sake. It was a serious relationship btw.
He made it clear he didn’t want no serious relationship, he wanted to focus on his work, and he still wants to meet other ppl and see other ppl bc he’s still young or what not.

So my curiosity got the best of me , and he never changed his Facebook password and I managed to get into it.

Well maybe a couple weeks before we broke it off, I saw he was talking to an old high school friend but I honestly didn’t think anything of it. I confronted him about it but he said it was nothing. He’s never been the cheating type.

So when I logged into his Facebook , turns out he started talking to the same girl. And things are only sexual. They keep talking about what they will do to each other when they see each other and all this childish stuff is what it looks like to me.

And I texted him about it but I played it off so he wouldn’t find out I have access to his account.
And he said it was nothing , that he didn’t leave me for me.  That she means nothing to him.

I wasn’t ready for the relationship to end. I guess that’s why I’m still snooping and wondering.
So should I be worried that what they have is something serious , that he actually likes her?

May 20, 2019, 06:40:10 PM
Reply #1


In my experience, snooping and dwelling on the why will only lead to heartache on your part. It sounds like his interest has moved on, so as hard as it may be, you should try to move on as well.

June 04, 2019, 11:12:01 PM
Reply #2


I gotta say that youre just setting yourself up for a world of hurt. Leave it alone. The more you snoop, the longer it will take you to get over him.  Regardless he did warn you he didnt want anything serious.  Thats a huge red flag for me to ✌🏼!   Try not to snoop..... focus on yourself..... work, gym, friends, family.  You never know when you could be possibly passing up something good for your future cause youre to set on the past

June 06, 2019, 09:39:57 AM
Reply #3


As everyone else has said, there's nothing to gain from obsessing about someone who isn't interested in having a relationship.

Focus on yourself and your life.