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    Around a month ago I posted a post about my girlfriend going clubbing with lads. I then posted a second part shortly after where I found out she was planning to meet her ex.

    Today she met him, and she's gone. She said she was going to see a mate. She left at 10am. It was 8pm, I called her to see where she was. She said she was out with a mate. I phoned this mate, and she wasn't there. I called her and said "Your with him aint you". She put the phone down and turned it off. I found out just she is with that person.

    I was right all along. People were saying I was paranoid and I started to think that maybe I was, so any 'paranoid' signs I got, I put to the back of my head.

    She used to be on heroin. I didn't know this, and you cant tell from looking at her. Her ex is still addicted to it. She is with him. So I believe that's what she is doing.

    This is the 2nd time in less than a year a girl has gone behind my back.

    Whats worse is that everyone tells me I'm being paranoid. Even in my past relationship, and when it happens, I think to myself "It wasn't just in my head". This hurts even more.

    I was only with her 6 months. We lived together for 3. But it still kinda hurts. I look forward to being able to focus on uni 100% and I am now going to stay single until I finish uni.

    I can't believe a girl would throw away the prospects of a decent future. I broke my back for her, tried to get her into college and sort her life out. I did everything I could for her.

    Slightly upset, but I'll get over it.
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    Good on you. Wait until after Uni. It's the best idea. Knuckle down for 3 or 4 years then when you have your degree at the end of it, find someone who wants you for you, and doesn't still want to be with their ex.

    You can do it!
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    Thank you Azzer. Put a smile on my face. Kinda feeling down at the moment.
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    Dump, get rid, move on.

    She isn't worth your time.
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    Shes obviously not for you, hun. Leave her to get high, mess around and **** it all up, without dragging you down.

    Have fun at Uni and focus on getting your life on track for a bright future...without the distraction of the female species, hehe, :rolleyes: we can be distracting.
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    Try not to let two bad experiences with girls put you off, there are some nice ones out there
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    That's the problem with relationship with young people. If you have concerns, justified or not, and question them you'll find yourself on the receiving end of the "trust" speech.
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    (Original post by cascadingstylez)
    Around a month ago I posted a post about my girlfriend going clubbing with lads. I then posted a second part shortly after where I found out she was planning to meet her ex.

    Today she met him, and she's gone. She said she was going to see a mate. She left at 10am. It was 8pm, I called her to see where she was. She said she was out with a mate. I phoned this mate, and she wasn't there. I called her and said "Your with him aint you". She put the phone down and turned it off. I found out just she is with that person.

    I was right all along. People were saying I was paranoid and I started to think that maybe I was, so any 'paranoid' signs I got, I put to the back of my head.

    She used to be on heroin. I didn't know this, and you cant tell from looking at her. Her ex is still addicted to it. She is with him. So I believe that's what she is doing.

    This is the 2nd time in less than a year a girl has gone behind my back.

    Whats worse is that everyone tells me I'm being paranoid. Even in my past relationship, and when it happens, I think to myself "It wasn't just in my head". This hurts even more.

    I was only with her 6 months. We lived together for 3. But it still kinda hurts. I look forward to being able to focus on uni 100% and I am now going to stay single until I finish uni.

    I can't believe a girl would throw away the prospects of a decent future. I broke my back for her, tried to get her into college and sort her life out. I did everything I could for her.

    Slightly upset, but I'll get over it.
    I feel for you. Just make sure that it does not affect your uni work and social life. I know that it will be hard but hang in there.

    Good luck.
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    move on, let her do her thing; this is your moment and opportunity to really work and do well in your subject!
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    (Original post by cascadingstylez)
    Around a month ago I posted a post about my girlfriend going clubbing with lads. I then posted a second part shortly after where I found out she was planning to meet her ex.

    Today she met him, and she's gone. She said she was going to see a mate. She left at 10am. It was 8pm, I called her to see where she was. She said she was out with a mate. I phoned this mate, and she wasn't there. I called her and said "Your with him aint you". She put the phone down and turned it off. I found out just she is with that person.

    I was right all along. People were saying I was paranoid and I started to think that maybe I was, so any 'paranoid' signs I got, I put to the back of my head.

    She used to be on heroin. I didn't know this, and you cant tell from looking at her. Her ex is still addicted to it. She is with him. So I believe that's what she is doing.

    This is the 2nd time in less than a year a girl has gone behind my back.

    Whats worse is that everyone tells me I'm being paranoid. Even in my past relationship, and when it happens, I think to myself "It wasn't just in my head". This hurts even more.

    I was only with her 6 months. We lived together for 3. But it still kinda hurts. I look forward to being able to focus on uni 100% and I am now going to stay single until I finish uni.

    I can't believe a girl would throw away the prospects of a decent future. I broke my back for her, tried to get her into college and sort her life out. I did everything I could for her.

    Slightly upset, but I'll get over it.
    I remember you!

    Glad we go to the bottom of it
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    dump her!
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    Well thank God you found that out relatively early in the relationship! Don't dwell on what she did to you, be grateful you didn't get even more serious with her...Now you know to trust your instincts.
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    (Original post by cascadingstylez)
    Slightly upset, but I'll get over it.
    In times of such tremendous grief, at least you can console yourself in knowing "I Was Right!", Detective Cascading.
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    You should definately screw up her life.

    Hell I'd make her regret her meagre existence.
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    (Original post by cascadingstylez)
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    You should definitely screw up her life.

    Hell I'd make her regret her meagre existence.
    This is definately an option worth considering in the meantime. If she thinks she has the right to waste your time, then punishing her severely could be therapy you need to speed up the healing process.

    Either that or you can wait until she OD's and dies.
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    (Original post by Joel4fun4u)
    This is definitely an option worth considering in the meantime. If she thinks she has the right to waste your time, then punishing her severely could be therapy you need to speed up the healing process.

    Either that or you can wait until she OD's and dies.
    Agreed. Except on the OD and death part.

    She wants to cheat on you, (probably) do drugs behind your back and lie about it all to your face then you're morally responsible to teach the biatch a lesson.

    Anonymous tip to the police suggesting her ex is a dealer would do nicely.
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    (Original post by TommyWannabe)
    Agreed. Except on the OD and death part.

    She wants to cheat on you, (probably) do drugs behind your back and lie about it all to your face then you're morally responsible to teach the biatch a lesson.

    Anonymous tip to the police suggesting her ex is a dealer would do nicely.
    The key to effective and (most importantly) anonymous discipline is time. Punishing somebody a few days or weeks after they angered you is a sure way to be caught.

    Give it 6 months or even a year before you strike.
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    (Original post by girlmechanik)
    Shes obviously not for you, hun. Leave her to get high, mess around and cock it all up, without dragging you down.

    Have fun at Uni and focus on getting your life on track for a bright future...without the distraction of the female species, hehe, :rolleyes: we can be distracting.
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    I lol'd we don't want the OP turning gay now do we? :woo:

    but on a serious note, you're better off without her, get some music on the go, get your head down and you'll find a better girl. Now that you're free this would be a good time to start pornoing it up
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    (Original post by Joel4fun4u)
    The key to effective and (most importantly) anonymous discipline is time. Punishing somebody a few days or weeks after they angered you is a sure way to be caught.

    Give it 6 months or even a year before you strike.
    I agree to an extent. He should strike while the iron is still hot though. If he leaves it too long he might forgive her, which is clearly unacceptable. Either that or he gets to the point where he believes an angry text is sufficient retribution.

    Does she have a pet you can suffocate?
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    I'm sure that this was a bet that you didn't want to win.
 
 
 
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