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Old 04-26-2006, 11:42 PM   #11
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Think on it a few days. If you still love him then you can work it out but I'd have his tail in a vice. No cell phone, paycheck goes to me to handle money, no nites out w/o you. He'* violated your trust and it will be long earning it back. Do not go joint on a house until after your married or have a lawyer handle the paperwork with an eventual splitup in mind. Theres nothing worse then getting stuck with a huge house/car payement and no way to pay.
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Ok When you have dated a girl for 4 1/2 months and she breaks up with you do you get all upset and cry and beg her not to break up with you?
Heck yeah we cry over that too. I'm having a hard time putting something sensative into words....... I've cried over many; the last one had me going for awhile..... 7-8months later I finally have the drive to date again.


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Ok When you have dated a girl for 4 1/2 months and she breaks up with you do you get all upset and cry and beg her not to break up with you?
For the sake of love I say try and work it out, but after reading what the story was behind the breakup, I would say it would be in the best interest for the both of you to part ways.

He has already proven to you that you can not trust him, and when another female enters the equasion, it will always be difficult to forgive and trust him again. All you will do is fight and argue about the past (The other Girl).
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I have told him 900 times I dont wanna be with him and he still doesnt get it....I've been on the phone with him over an hour...no matter how mean I am he still wants to try
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when i broke up wiht my gf of a little over 4mths b4 i went to school, i cried. i wanted to stay together but things were kinda gettin sour. i dont think we were ready for how involved the relationship got. im thinkin about trying to get back with her
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I have told him 900 times I dont wanna be with him and he still doesnt get it....I've been on the phone with him over an hour...no matter how mean I am he still wants to try
To be blunt, you need to move him out of your life and move on.
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Guys are dense. That'* the easiest way to put it. You can try to be nice and end it gently, but until a guy hears "it'* over, i don't want any part of your life, do not contact me again," you'll be dealing with this. Don't enable him to contact you anymore, if you truely want this to be over and have him out of your life, you need to put closure to it for HIM and make it clear that you do not want him in your life. Don't answer his calls, don't answer his IMs, cut him off from your life if you want him out of yours.

If it comes down to it, get a restraining order against him. Harsh punishment, but effective. Obsessed ex-gfs have taught me a lot.
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Ok When you have dated a girl for 4 1/2 months and she breaks up with you do you get all upset and cry and beg her not to break up with you?
@MS,, i want your blazer..sweet
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Guys are dense. That'* the easiest way to put it. You can try to be nice and end it gently, but until a guy hears "it'* over, i don't want any part of your life, do not contact me again," you'll be dealing with this. Don't enable him to contact you anymore, if you truely want this to be over and have him out of your life, you need to put closure to it for HIM and make it clear that you do not want him in your life. Don't answer his calls, don't answer his IMs, cut him off from your life if you want him out of yours.

If it comes down to it, get a restraining order against him. Harsh punishment, but effective. Obsessed ex-gfs have taught me a lot.
Agreed, but instead of dense, I'd put "really stubborn sometimes"

Ms. Sixty, if you'd like to talk to me about it IRL, I'm gonna need your phone number (via PM) again. I losteded it...
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Here'* the story...our "relationship" has been based on a lie. He has lied to me about stuff on his credit report (we were tryin to get a house) so we couldnt get a house because he has a bankruptcy and 3 car repo'*. So Then I find this phone number on his cell and its a girl when I call...he'* been in contact with his ex because he owes her $1100. She told me he told her I knew about her...He NEVER told me....then some girl Im'd him on yahoo and asked to meet up with him.....now he cant stop spending money when he says he has been saving it to get a house....

I'm tryin to break up with him and I've told him that I dont wanna be with him and I'm tired of giving him chances and all he does is cry and get upset and beg me not to leave him and he still thinks we are together.....

I am so tired of this!
Girlfriend, you know what to do...... Kick his *** to the curb!!! Don't talk to him, don't see him, cut off all ties to him. Don't fall for the "crocodile" tears. He is a player looking for a gravy train and it shouldn't be you. I have dated this type and now I stop them dead in their tracks. I have a "leave me the **** alone" look on my face when it comes to this type of man. He will only drag you down and you deserve so much better than that. You cannot meet the right type of man as long as you are affilitated with this loser. Count your blessings that you didn't buy a house with him!! You need to find a man and take the time to know him thoroughly before you decide to live with him or buy property with him.
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