LostSpartan Posted April 8, 2017 Share Posted April 8, 2017 Today my girlfriend came into my home office and handed me her phone. Wanting me to see a video. As the video is playing, a instant message pops up from her ex-boyfriend. I see it. Pause. Then I asked, "are you messaging your ex?". At which point she went nuts. Started yelling, cursing, telling me it's none of my business. Saying I ask too many questions. Asking why did I even ask. She's yelling at the top of her lungs and just going frantically nuts. I asked her to calm down at this point because I feared my neighbor might call the cops. Not to mention, I felt big time disrespected. At this point, she screamed no. Knocked some things off of my desk. I panicked because my HTC VIVE headset was near the place that she knocked things off but she missed it. At that point, I told her this isn't working and I told her she needs to leave and move out. Some back information. Not even a month ago, she stressed that she felt disrespected that I had a former coworker/friend of hers on my facebook. She felt she was nasty and didn't like when I "liked" her comments. Not even making it an issue or even remotely fighting, I unfriended her and moved on. It was my thinking that this other woman wasn't worth the energy. Not to mention, I don't even know her in real life and I honestly wasn't communicating with her in any private fashion. My soon to be ex stated she was a "hoe" and felt she was nasty. So I brought that up. Which was my stance in this raging argument. The next thing is that she has anger problems. Yelling, screaming, getting in your face, cursing you out, slamming things, etc. No idea why. I've been dealing with that since I met her and I don't like it but the occurrences have dropped up till today. My thinking for calling it off and asking her to move out was because I somewhat feel that she is toxic. I don't like feeling disrespected. Being cursed out, yelled at, things being tossed around the house, etc. Finally, I tried to explain to her, while I did only ask that one time and I quote, "are you messaging your ex". That was all that was said. There was no second statement, question, words, nothing. I wasn't yelling, frowning, mad, nothing. I simply asked. As a matter of fact, my reaction would have probably been neutral with nearly anything she would have said. For all know, he might have just picked that random time to message her. But again, she lost it when I asked. So, that's it. Questions or opinions? Any insight is appreciated. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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