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    It was probably someone who rang the wrong apartment.

    I'm curious, did you leave her unblocked or did you re-block her?

    Also, if she is in fact "struggling" with the aftermath of the breakup, the worst person to "help" her through that would be the person she broke up with. That would make no sense.

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    Originally Posted by Jimraynorp
    So my question is, what would you guys do?
    I would do nothing. Because there is nothing that can be done. I get that you think you "know" that it was her, but you don't "know" any such thing--and it sounds like it really wasn't her. You reached out, she claims it was not her (and she was not very polite about it either) so there's your answer. Your "knowledge" is being colored by the fact that you desperately want it to be her. If I would do anything at all in this situation, I would re-block her and continue on with your life.

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    Originally Posted by Rose Mosse
    That was your question above. I answered your question - what I would do. It just wasn't what you wanted to hear. You're not interested in rekindling anything or asking her out. What then did you want to "sort out" or "help her" with? Exes shouldn't be helping exes with anything but it seems you think you should? Would you mind clarifying?
    No, it wasn't what I wanted to hear, because you were quick enough to jump to conclusions about me and my personal life, which I honestly thought was unjustified. The advises have now been replied, and those I am thankful for. All I want here is to be the good guy, so I just wanted some insight about what to do here. And if doing nothing is the right thing to do, then so be it.

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    Some really good advice you got, I'd listen to it and call it done. I read it as you grasping at straws, it happens and it just exposes the wound. If she wanted to get back with you, believe me she would find you, nothing sneaky about it. I wish you luck and hope you handle the disappointment. It is a b#$#$.

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