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    ...and then switched his phone off

    I haven't got a clue what do. I'm broken down and in tears

    xxxx

    PART TWO:we've talked it ove.He says I piss him ff but he still wants to be with me kinda, ut because he has treated me like **** its my decision on whether I finish him or not!

    The problem is I'm still angry n still tired.My mind says dump and my heart says, well its got a little inciling not to i dont knows.

    he's coming drop off my phone charger today at bout twoish. And by then I need to have a decision that is best for oth of us. My dad says if i doesn't get resolves and by that completely with issues we will stick to then its not worth carrying on. My friend says its just best to be friends!

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    could you give us some context?
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    Context would be helpful.

    My girlfriend of two years dumped me by txt, whilst pissed. I win.
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    anyone who dumps you down th phone is simply not worth your time, if they can hurt you like that wothout a reason. leave it and be glad it is over.
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    (Original post by soar)
    ...and then switched his phone off

    I haven't got a clue what do. I'm broken down and in tears

    xxxx

    I know you will think everyone just says this, but in all honesty he isn't worth it. If he can't talk to you in person about this or give a reason he is childish. You will be upset and you will cry a river, it's perfectly normal. I'm kind of going through something similar at the moment so if you want to PM me and talk you're more than welcome :hugs:
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    (Original post by gracie88)
    I know you will think everyone just says this, but in all honesty he isn't worth it. If he can't talk to you in person about this or give a reason he is childish. You will be upset and you will cry a river, it's perfectly normal. I'm kind of going through something similar at the moment so if you want to PM me and talk you're more than welcome :hugs:
    To be fair, we don't know she hasn't been given a reason. The "fine" suggests they were in the middle of an argument, so anything could've been said for any reason...
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    Oh dear. Try not to worry. don't keep trying to ring him or anything. Just do something to take your mind off it as much as you can - watch a film, eat chocolate... Maybe once he's calmed down he will ring you up again and take it back

    On bad break up stories, one of my friends tops it for me: His (ex) girlfriend broke up with him in an email, which he didn't check for ages. She was really frosty with him for about a week and he didn't know why, then she sent him a text saying "will you just check your emails, for gods sake!" :eek: Poor guy found out she'd 'broken up' with him ages ago.
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    (Original post by pinkpinkuk)
    Oh dear. Try not to worry. don't keep trying to ring him or anything. Just do something to take your mind off it as much as you can - watch a film, eat chocolate... Maybe once he's calmed down he will ring you up again and take it back

    On bad break up stories, one of my friends tops it for me: His (ex) girlfriend broke up with him in an email, which he didn't check for ages. She was really frosty with him for about a week and he didn't know why, then she sent him a text saying "will you just check your emails, for gods sake!" :eek: Poor guy found out she'd 'broken up' with him ages ago.
    That's horrible. I can just about understand breaking up over the phone or email if there's absolutely no way to find any better form of communication with each other, but it sounds like this girl just ignored him for a week in real life and didn't bother to break up with him properly. That's disgusting really.
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    (Original post by soar)
    ...and then switched his phone off

    I haven't got a clue what do. I'm broken down and in tears

    xxxx

    Have you actually broken up, or was it just a really bad fight? He's upset, you're upset... Try not to dwell on it. He'll turn his phone back on soon, maybe tomorrow. Give him some time to calm down, and then try to get in touch again. "Fine, it's over" sounds like a fight gone wrong, rather than a proper break up. Don't get too worked up when it might not actually be the end. It's horrible not knowing, but you'll find out soon enough what he really means.

    Lots and lots of hugs. :hugs:
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    I rung him to ask Where he was, his mother had rung me and he she was worried. He hadn't been answering his phone all day and had refused tell everyone where he was! Eventually he rung me back. I asked and he said he didn't give a toss about his parents (totally out of character) and he was having fun with his friends. I asked him why he was there when he'd promised to come and see me! He sai because he didn't want to. I told him I was confused of where our relationship was going as its been an up and downhill struggle for a while. he replied with "fine its over" turned off his phone so i couldn't ring him back and told his friends who were texting me that he doesn't care and refuses to go any forther with it and sort it out.

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    (Original post by Gareth-Lee Smith)
    Context would be helpful.

    My girlfriend of two years dumped me by txt, whilst pissed. I win.
    LOL!!
    OP, its over,he did it in a **** way but come to terms with it, move on.
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    (Original post by generalebriety)
    That's horrible. I can just about understand breaking up over the phone or email if there's absolutely no way to find any better form of communication with each other, but it sounds like this girl just ignored him for a week in real life and didn't bother to break up with him properly. That's disgusting really.
    *nods* That's horrible. Surely people respect their partners enough to make it clear when things are over.
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    I hate to admit it but this actually sounds like something my bf would do in one of his bad moods. I've learned to just think "**** you" and leave him to cool off for a bit. People say he isn't worth it, maybe he isn't but doesn't mean you just want things to end like that. How long have you been together?
    Let him do his big baby act for a day or two and if he still hasn't come round by then I'd try to move on (even if it is hard).
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    (Original post by need_money)
    I hate to admit it but this actually sounds like something my bf would do in one of his bad moods. I've learned to just think "**** you" and leave him to cool off for a bit. People say he isn't worth it, maybe he isn't but doesn't mean you just want things to end like that. How long have you been together?
    Let him do his big baby act for a day or two and if he still hasn't come round by then I'd try to move on (even if it is hard).

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    (Original post by need_money)
    I hate to admit it but this actually sounds like something my bf would do in one of his bad moods. I've learned to just think "**** you" and leave him to cool off for a bit. People say he isn't worth it, maybe he isn't but doesn't mean you just want things to end like that. How long have you been together?
    Let him do his big baby act for a day or two and if he still hasn't come round by then I'd try to move on (even if it is hard).
    Agreed, it sounds to me like he's had an argument with his parents and is just taking it out on you. It's unfair, but he might genuinely not want to break up, he's probably just upset. That said, I don't know him...
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    (Original post by generalebriety)
    Agreed, it sounds to me like he's had an argument with his parents and is just taking it out on you. It's unfair, but he might genuinely not want to break up, he's probably just upset. That said, I don't know him...

    I dunno when hes been angry at his rents before hes never said anything like this before and i contacted his friend who was with him and he told him if he didnt contact me by 11.30 i would class it as over

    and he shrugged and said so waht

    threw is phone at the wall and went home

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    I think it is a bad mood that has been taken out on the wrong person. I've had it a lot recently and it took me to walk out on him today when he actually said he hated me, for him to come begging and realise he had to stop doing it. Boys are childish creatures. They like throwing big tantrums and throw their anger about. Ten months is a long time for someone to just say fine its over. When my bf used to do that sort of crap to me I would cry and cry and believe it really was over but I've realised now that there isn't much chance of it actually being true if you have been together so long.
    I know that doesn't go for everyone but like I said before, give it a couple of days, maybe not even that and he will probably come crawling back apologising for being such a brat. Whether you forgive him or not is another thing I suppose.
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    i wont know what to do and its just strange because hes never done it before, so i dont know how he will react and whether hes just..had enough of all the argueing and bickering

    oh well..im just in shock i suppose

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    eeek i just rang his phone and its on

    n hes rung me saying theres nothing he wants do
 
 
 
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