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    I had a friend who was absolutely besotted with me. He said he wanted me to be his girlfriend, I said no as I did not fancy him. I did not tell him I didn't fancy him as not is not fair. My friend months later showered me with birthday gifts and treated me like a girlfriend on my birthday.

    Recently he and his friends are starting to hang out with with some girls who are very b*tchy about people and I have been on the receiving end for their nasty behaviour. I had done nothing to provoke this behaviour. I am surprised and disappointed as this guy is now hanging out with these girls on a regular basis. He has always said he does not like people who behave nastily and yet he is hanging out with these girls.

    Friends have said he is moving on to the next woman who will show him interest. I feel guarded now as I don't want him repeating my personal life back to them. I don't get why he has shut me out and would hang out with people who go against his values.

    You rejected him (it's your right) and he probably thinks she can offer him what she wants. Is that a reason to behave like this? No but what can you do. There are people like that and there isn't much you can do. You won't be able to talk some sense into him. Move on he isn't worth it.
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