Muscle Posted January 10, 2017 Share Posted January 10, 2017 I was recently in a relationship with a girl I was crazy about and she continually said she felt the same about me....turns out she didn't - she was looking for other men on dating sites and instagram/facebook etc. whilst declaring love and ended up dating someone she met on social media behind my back...we split up (she didn't apologise or show any remorse and there was no explanation) and her new boyfriend (the same guy) is posting lots of photos of them together on instagram. I blocked his account so I didn't have to see that crap and unfriended her on facebook. Curiosity (or self-punishment!) got the better of me and I looked up her facebook profile and found it was deactivated, as was her instagram and twitter accounts. Thought it was weird as she was so active on them but really none of my business so ignored it, mutual friends had mentioned the same. Then I noticed she popped up again (reactivating account) about once a week on facebook, then it would be gone again within hours. In the end even seeing her face popping up started to annoy me and make me keep thinking about her so I waited for the next time this happened and blocked her. I didn't want to look petty, or look like I was doing it out of spite, but thought she won't notice anyway and it'd help me not to see it. But since then my friend mentioned she has stayed on facebook and not deactivated her account at all. I thought she was probably done with facebook and only logging on once a week to check for messages etc., but now seeing as the second I blocked her she's not deactivated since, I'm starting to think she was previously avoiding me and then noticed I'd blocked her? Or its a big coincidence if not! But she could have just blocked me - It's not like I tried to contact her after the split or hassled her at all, or that she was bothered about seeing me on there now she's loved up, or felt guilty. This is why I hate social media - wondering about stuff that really doesn't matter. Trying to ignore it all and move on, but it's more difficult than I expected. Link to comment
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