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    (Original post by BrokenLife)
    Ikr! And what's even worse is that she would say 'no, no' when I'll tell her to kiss me on my cheek and then the next moment will give her dad a kiss. I'm like 'Okay, *****' but I had to be like

    Now I'm like
    This is so me..
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    My ex-partner.
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    a mate.
    he's salty at me for simple sh*t

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    my mum as always
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    I know how you feel
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    Ditto.
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    Preach.
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    i feel ur pain
    DAMN
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    (Original post by WBZ144)
    A guy I was in a FWB relationship with who was also a close friend. I still cry at random times and this is the second time he hurt me (the first time was last August and lasted 3 months).
    What happened?
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    (Original post by Final Fantasy)
    My ex-partner.
    How did they hurt you?
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    Almost every day... my ex boyfriend from three years ago. How sad is that.
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    Emotionally, my mum yesterday. It wasn't her fault though.

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    A stupid guy who made me cry.

    And dear Mister Joker , when he ignores me :P

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    (Original post by Spock's Socks)
    That fully truly hurt me with a lasting impression? My ex best friend about 7 years ago. I'm over most of it now but that cut me deep emotionally. We were best friends for about 6 years at the time and we were so close, like brother and sister and as soon as I met my partner, it all changed. He became possessive, moody and even tried to kiss me a few times despite me being in a relationship but the icing on the cake came when I told him I had lost my virginity to my partner. Naturally after something like that, you want to tell your best friend so I did and when I told him, he grabbed me by the throat and pinned me against the wall and started to slap and punch me and called me every name under the sun - 'slut', '*****', you name it. We fell out after that and haven't spoken since. Tbh, I swallowed it all down and didn't deal with how I felt about it, probably because I was so hurt as in the space of a night I lost a very big part of my life. I lost my best friend, my brother and my partner in crime in an instant. There was no way we could have been friends after that. Later found out that he had feelings for me but that still doesn't excuse what he done.

    Fleeting hurt or anger that passes quickly - my partner but that was due to my PMS and the slightest thing getting to me, not really what he said

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    He should have told you how he felt about you and what he wanted. It is his own fault. His reaction is criminal really, utterly disgraceful.
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    (Original post by Amonute)
    Almost every day... my ex boyfriend from three years ago. How sad is that.
    What happened? Not very sad, people hurt you and it stays with you for years after. How is your relationship with him now?
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    Some annoying chav guy at work who keeps trying to annoy me
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    (Original post by Alfed)
    How did they hurt you?
    Abused a certain loophole in the British legal system. It appears that foreign nationals have more rights over UK citizens.
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    My ex who dumped me by text on Boxing day.
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    (Original post by Rock Fan)
    My ex who dumped me by text on Boxing day.
    How lovely :facepalm2:


    :hugs:
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    (Original post by Little Popcorns)
    How lovely :facepalm2:


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    Aye she was a wonderful human being who pretended to be into me then decided to drop me when it suited her, shame she couldn't do it face to face, but I am over it now :hugs:
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    (Original post by Alfed)
    Who is the last person who hurt you? How long ago did they hurt you? How did they hurt you? Why did they hurt you? A lot of hurt in this thread.
    my boyfriend
    the day before yesterday
    he didnt tell me he was working all day on valentines day
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    (Original post by Rock Fan)
    Aye she was a wonderful human being who pretended to be into me then decided to drop me when it suited her, shame she couldn't do it face to face, but I am over it now :hugs:
    Yeah that is pretty *****y of her, glad you've managed to move on though
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    Are we allowed to name people?

    A person I thought a friend, and possibly loved in a way, now refuses to talk to me, dont really know why (I did ask her if she wanted to catch up over a drink one weekend, back in November;she was busy with school work). I think about her a lot, and it just hurts y'know?
    Bit of backstory: I moved schools in September, and have tried to talk to her about once a month since then. I have weird clingy phases, so I tried to not try to talk to her too often, once a month felt about right to me. She's the only person I've tried to keep in contact with, since my other friends knew I liked her a fair but and have since take to ribbing me about it the handful of times i've spoken to them (I didnt appreciate this, since I was/am in a bit of a tizz over what I could have/should have done).
    Slightly off topic, any advice on what to do?
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    Are we allowed to name people?

    A person I thought a friend, and possibly loved in a way, now refuses to talk to me, dont really know why (I did ask her if she wanted to catch up over a drink one weekend, back in November;she was busy with school work). I think about her a lot, and it just hurts y'know?
    Bit of backstory: I moved schools in September, and have tried to talk to her about once a month since then. I have weird clingy phases, so I tried to not try to talk to her too often, once a month felt about right to me. She's the only person I've tried to keep in contact with, since my other friends knew I liked her a fair but and have since take to ribbing me about it the handful of times i've spoken to them (I didnt appreciate this, since I was/am in a bit of a tizz over what I could have/should have done).
    Slightly off topic, any advice on what to do?
    Does she know how you feel and why has she stopped talking to you?
 
 
 
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