-Told me how great of a guy I am, and how I deserve to be happy, and deserve someone better.
-Told me she was lucky to have dated me and that I treated her better than she could imagine.
-She kissed me a bunch of times when we broke up.
-Told me it was going to be hard not to call me, especially when she was lonely.
-Asked her to call her to let her know I got home safely the night she dumped me.
-Was very open to meeting up to talk a 2nd time after our break up since she blindsided me and knew I didn't see the break up coming.
-Kissed me a bunch of times again the 2nd time we met to talk.
-Stayed at my house just days before she dumped me and instigated sex by surprising me with lingerie.
-Never came to pick up the expensive items she left at my house, which she said she wanted back. Told me multiple times she would come soon but never followed through. She could have taken the items home the last night she stayed at my place. When she left my house, I was at work.
When a girl dumps a guy, why can't they just be honest and upfront? If they are worried about the situation being awkward, it's too late, break ups are always awkward. Telling a guy how great he is doesn't make a guy feel better, it just brings up more questions, such as; if I am so great and you feel lucky to be with me, then why are you dumping me?
My ex never said she didn't have feelings for me anymore. I asked her and she couldn't say it. I told her it's ok if she doesn't like me anymore, but I needed her to tell me the truth.
Why do people feel the need to always try to look for something better, rather than just enjoying what they have? People will rarely be every
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Dude, cut the bitch off.
If you spend any amount of time thinking about a person and it doesn't make you feel good, then they aren't worth having in your life in any capacity--especially if you aren't sleeping with them.
Cast her off.