So if you read my recent posts I was dealing with a guy who basically treated me like crap for three years and used me for money. Long story short when I stopped giving it to him he decided he didn't want me. He even had the nerve to call me up just to tell me about his new girlfriend and how prettier she was then me and how her sex was better blah blah blah. I haven't spoken to him since that day and blocked him from everything and out of the blue today his sister sends me a message on Facebook asking me to come up there this weekend because they needed to go food shopping and their waahing matchine broke stuff like that. I have a car and they dont and I'm guessing they don't know anyone with a car or they have asked others and they have said no. I told her it was best if I stayed away and she told me that I didn't have to see him which was odd because they all live together. I told her polietly that I am going to be busy, which I am and that he has this awesome girlfriend that he threw in my face why not ask her? A VERY and I mean VERY SMALL part of me feels bad because I don't want to be petty. Was I wrong for saying no? Should I feel bad? Should I have said that about the girlfriend? I don't want any bad karma LOL.
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FCK NO you aren't wrong. Your choice and behavior couldn't be more RIGHT. I've been in abusive relationships. Until we as women put a stop to it, it will continue... Even with this new 'awesome' girlfriend. Abusers abuse. Period. Give yourself a pat on the back, look in the mirror and say 'I'm very proud of your for loving yourself enough to say NO to someone who uses me as a door mat because I'm not doing myself, he or society any favors by letting him do so.' You've grown and are healthier than ever. Keep it going sister! xo1