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    Well recently I found out the guy I had been dating for several months has a girlfriend back in his country (he goes back to his home, Brazil, in Feb after spending a year studying in London). I know that what we had was nothing entirely seriously since hes living in February but it still hurt that he lied to me since I had feelings for him.

    Anyway, the problem is, is that I work with him, so I will see him atleast 3 times a week untill he goes back to Brazil. I want advice on how I can show him that I am over him, that I can do much better and that I basically don't care.

    Thanks in advance
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    Don't talk to him like it's your friend. It's just a working colleague. NOTHING ELSE. So don't wait for him after work to take the bus together, don't go on coffee break with him...
    It's not your friend!
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    Just act confident around him, dont show him that he has hurt you and just show that your a strong woman and you've got over it. Maybe drop a few words in about a guy you've been seeing sometimes. Will kill him!
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    don't make conversation just commands and acknowledgments to what they say - thus you will not break the friend barrier
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    Tell his girlfriend what he's done. =)
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    (Original post by SuicideCommando)
    Tell his girlfriend what he's done. =)
    I'd love to :P but shes in brazil.
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    (Original post by NicolePickle)
    I'd love to :P but shes in brazil.
    There's always a way, m'love.
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    get a guy who is even fitter, and at the work party or while he's around just go for it with the new guy.. sorted, not only will he feel embrassed but he'll realise what he's missing out on. jackass
    xx
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    (Original post by chevman)
    Don't be vindictive.Trying to show-off for him is just unnecesary affectation but something is certain, and that is the fact that he has wronged you and what goes around comes around.

    Just bow out of the relationship straight away,February or no February.You also have to learn your lesson for the future.
    im sorry, but you really dont know what vindictive is then!! he was a complete pleb to her so she deservess to lol xx
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    If you don't care then why do you want to prove something to him?
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    (Original post by Meus)
    If you don't care then why do you want to prove something to him?

    'Nuff said.

    Girls are so insufferably confused all the time.
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    (Original post by Meus)
    If you don't care then why do you want to prove something to him?
    :yep: :gthumb: :rofl:
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    I dont think I explained myself clearly enough. I DO care and I'm still hurting about it however I don't want him to know this. I was just looking for advice on how I can put on a front.
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    dont talk to him about havin another guy coz that would just make it sound like your TRYING to make him jealous. just ignore him and only talk when necassary. simple.
 
 
 
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