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    It doesn’t matter how much you care for her.

    What should matter is how little she cares for you.
    She said you are the perfect guy. You are for someone else but not for her .

    Tell her that you agree you are the perfect guy for someone but that she is not the perfect girl for you.
    And walk away, no argument needed, just facts.

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    Sorry to hear this. She is the problem not him. She is the one who is "messing with your head", he is not. You can not control what people feel, who they talk to or what they do. What you can do is observe all this and decide if you need an attention queen like this in your life.
    Originally Posted by BrokenScot
    He however proceeded to tell her he had feelings for her and mess her head up to the point she wasn't sure what she wanted. I wanted him blocked on everything which she agreed to. However 2 days later again I found out she had messaged him.

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    Is there some kind of financial benefit for her to stay with you? Do you support her financially, do you pay the mortgage or rent and she lives with you rent free? How about household expenses, do you pay all or most of those?

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    Originally Posted by boltnrun
    Is there some kind of financial benefit for her to stay with you? Do you support her financially, do you pay the mortgage or rent and she lives with you rent free? How about household expenses, do you pay all or most of those?
    Good questions. Do you want to be a partner or a parent?

    You can't police loyalty. She'll just keep pacifying you for whatever benefit she's getting out of the relationship while she just learns how to be sneakier about doing whatever she wants to do.

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