ILikeHockey Posted August 30, 2008 Share Posted August 30, 2008 For the full story, I've got a ton of other essay threads here that you can check out, but I'll keep it as brief as possible. I can't just ignore my ex (she broke up with me, since I'm sure that matters here). We're going to a couple concerts in a month, and I can't exactly get out of it (she's got my ticket for one and I've got hers for the other), exchanging tickets and then getting out of each others lives isn't an option (really unfair to her, she's got no one else to go with). So, ignoring her attempts at contact or whatever, it'll just make things worse for the concerts. I've told her at least half a dozen times that I want to do NC until we have to plan rides to the shows. I've explained to her WHY I want that. I've told her that I'm not her friend, and that I don't want to be her friend (I agreed to the concerts in a significantly more messed up emotional state than I'm in now). Yet, she can't leave me alone for more than a week. I've gotten very good at not breaking NC. Her, not so much. Every time our conversations end with her agreeing that she won't contact me until its time to figure out rides. And every time, within a week, she gets in touch because she misses talking to me. So, how do I, without ending up making things more awkward than they have to be for the concerts, get her to stop contacting me for a few weeks? Do I just suck it up and deal with her getting in touch for the next few weeks (I'm handling it a lot better than I was a few weeks ago)? After the concerts, I have no problem ignoring communication from her. Its just this time in between. Any advice on how to get her to leave me alone for a few weeks would be much appreciated Link to comment
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