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    My ex unfriended me on Facebook as soon as he changed his status to in a relationship with this new woman which I’m sure he started seeing not long after we broke up. Hell, could have started before we broke up honestly. My question is why do you think he told me he wanted to be in my life, still kept me on all social media’s until this? This happened a month after we broke up.

    Then he kept me on Snapchat and Twitter and was still watching all my stuff on there. That was weird to me. After I blocked him on twitter he actually doesn’t even go on it anymore. I only know this because he made the account on my phone and I still get his notifications.

    He went from wanting to marry me, kids, moving in to dumping me the next month to new relationship the next month. He’s also divorced, claims his ex cheated on him. He was divorced like four months prior to meeting me.

    We haven’t spoken and yes I know we aren’t getting back together. I’m just not the most experienced with relationships and am curious as to your insight on this.
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    He probably didn't want to associate with you on Facebook anymore because of his new relationship.

    He did you a favour since you won't have to see pictures of him with his new girlfriend.
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