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Thread: Ex's daughter added me on fb?

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    Ex's daughter added me on fb?

    I'm 3,5 months no contact with my ex.

    3 days ago her daughter sent me a friend request on Facebook and right after she canceled it. I sent a friend request back to her and she accepted it.

    Yesterday I posted a pic of me at the gym. And in the morning before 6am, her daughter removed me from friends. And right after sent me another friend request and then canceled it again. I sent a friend request back to her again and she declined.

    This is 100% my ex playing games with me right?

    I never saw her daughter awake before 6am when we were together. My ex usually wakes up at 5.30am.
    Also this back and forth is weird. Even if my ex wouldn't want her daughter to be in touch with me, I cant possibly imagine the kid waking up before 6am, see a pic of me on facebook and get triggered to remove me.

    What you guys think?

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    Yes. Make sure you block and delete your ex and all her people from all your social media and messaging apps.
    Originally Posted by RicBoy
    This is 100% my ex playing games with me right?

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    This again!!! We have advised you over-and-over. Why do you continue to ask us these questions?


    You have been broken up since November, and you are still going back and forth with this. At least with the pandemic, you cannot continue to use your son for meet ups.

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    I think it's really inappropriate for you to be accepting, friending, or requesting to be friended by her daughter. Especially so if you have never even met her. Just block and move on. Do not play these games because at some point you'll end up looking creepy and like a total fool. It doesn't matter if it's your ex or if your ex is putting her daughter up to it. Still totally inappropriate. Block block block.

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    I would have not have sent her a friend request back!
    She could have accidentally did it - Facebook could have said "add people you know" and she realized what she did.
    You must have been watching social media like a hawk to even catch it.

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    So you're still trying to find a way to get back together with her? 6 months later?

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    children of exes (romantic or friends) are off limits. Block, delete....

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    No accidents at 6am in thr morning and both times within 3 days apart

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    Originally Posted by RicBoy
    No accidents at 6am in thr morning and both times within 3 days apart
    How old is this daughter?

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    She is 13...I never saw her awake at that time when I used to live with them (I spend 5 to 6 times a week at her place)

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