She texted me saying "i'm going to pay for that and i better watch out when i step out my door".
Was what i did right?
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When we suffer a betrayal, it is a deep cut to us, but if that betrayal comes from someone we love, it makes it even more painful. Sometimes too painful to bear. First, your relationship is meant to be between the two of you. She didn't want that and I really understand your pain (I've been where you are). But trying to shame someone isn't the most gentlemanly thing you could have done. It was an act of revenge because she made you hurt, you wanted to make her hurt. As Gandhi said, "An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind." I'm not condoning your actions but I am also not going to support them. And neither should you. But the action is done, so all you can really do now is move on with your life. There are lots of girls who would never cheat on their guy, so find that girl. Don't get bogged down in a war of hate and revenge with a girl who treated you so poorly. Remember, if you fight with someone on a lower level, they'll bring you down to their level and beat you with experience. It's terrible what she did, but don't justify her actions with the desire to hate you more. As you said, you are a nice guy, but be more than a nice guy. Be the noble gentleman who cannot be manipulated by lesser men and women.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE