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DaisyMayPorter last won the day on February 2 2019

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  1. While your concerns are valid, I feel like the thing you should also be concerned about is her going to a stranger's house who she's never met.
  2. Regarding your relationship, The reason for the fight doesn’t matter. He’s blocked you now twice. He went out of his way to tell you he’s blocked you. And the first time, you had to go chasing after him. Immature man would not block you nor tell you he’s blocking you. Move on from this one. But next time don’t tell someone that he doesn’t know anything. He may just be extra sensitive, who knows. But the two of you don’t sound very compatible.
  3. Why are you starting fights about nothing to “see if she cared”? How immature. I understand why she’s upset, I’d be upset too. Leave her be, please and stop playing games in your relationships.
  4. Ok this guy is abusive and you need to get him out of your life. I’ve been there and trust me, this will only get worse. 1. The mother: unfriend her from Facebook. 2. The rage, the temper, calling you “retarded” to his mother, all of that is a huge red flag. And when you said at the bottom of your message, “I don’t know how to manage this”— you don’t NEED to manage it. This person is just some guy you’re dating, he does not need to be in your life. Get him out of your life. You don’t live together, do you? Do you have a good support system to help you leave? I know he’ll be pissed when you do
  5. So this guy, who she never made it work with for one reason or another, continues to text her but that’s it? Why does she put up with that? He’s disrespecting her —here is this guy who didn’t want to date her seriously, but only wants to text her inappropriate memes even though she is in a relationship, and she is letting him do it. Does he know she’s in a relationship? Did she tell him? Why is she letting this guy disrespect her, and doesn’t care that she disrespects you?
  6. I understand your need for him to want to get better because you are a caring person, I get it, and I would probably feel the same. BUT he just took off with no notice, didn't even bother to say a word to you. I'm sorry this is harsh, but I'm only saying this because I want you to get over him quickly and move on to someone who is more deserving of your love: Do you really think he is even thinking about you at all? He sounds like a selfish mofo, so deep in his problems that he can't even think of anyone else. So don't waste your brain and energy thinking of him. Take your energy and aim it t
  7. When I mean go no contact, I mean, don't contact either girl again and remove yourself from their lives. It's not fair to either one of them what you are doing. I'm not trying to be mean, but I don't feel bad for your situation. If you really love (either one of) them, you will set them free. Also, if someone told me "I wasn't sure if I wanted a future with her and wasn't 100% in love with her", I'd never speak to them again. No one wants to hear if you're "not sure" if you want to be with them. You are being selfish, and you need to let them both go.
  8. Why don't you go no contact with both of them, it's not fair to either girl for you to be going back and forth between them.
  9. I understand. Sometimes I've gotten advice that seems more "mean" then helpful, but sometimes you need to take everything with a grain of salt, and don't take things personally. I hope things get better for you. :-)
  10. This is true, sorry to say. I went out on a date with a guy who I met online, and during the date, right as our food came, he said that he was still living with his wife because of "finances" but they were separated-- I almost choked. No where on his profile did he say he was "married" or "separated" or anything... I just assumed, since he was on a dating site, that he was single. Anyway, I politely finished my meal and wine and left, and blocked him. You don't need this. Find someone who is not attached. It's ok if someone has a couple problems, we all do, but don't go with a guy who is still
  11. I like that advice - that's perfect. I agree. When people have their life together, they're much happier, have more to give, and YOU'LL be much happier.
  12. Once a cheater, always a cheater. And once trust is lost, it's very very very very hard to get back.
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