We had real good chemistry. I found a mans watch one day and a pair of shorts another she said the watch is an ex she didn't know it was there and the shorts is a gay guy friend she has. Then after the ex got his watch back he is texting her what she is doing... All of this made me unsure and insecure so I started questioning her. She broke up with me for not trusting her and we only been together 3 months. And my argue is trust is earned not given. So she ended it saying she doesn't want to deal with the questions... I kissed her forehead said I wish you the best and walked away.
the next day she text me saying I left my shorts there and to give her her phone charger back and I never replied... Should I just ignore her from now on? We could of worked it out but she chose to end it
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You handled yourself extremely well! I have never heard of someone respond to a break-up with a kiss on the forehead. I bet that activated her guilt trip immediately! The truth seems like she got frustrated and broke up out of aggravation so she'll most likely regret it and come crawling back sooner or later especially after how well you handled yourself.
Regardless, ignore her ass. She is shady as hell. If she really had nothing to hide, then there's no reason for her to get all pissy and defensive. You had every right to asks and she had no right to dump you and try and make herself out to be some poor victim who's not trusted after a dude's items are found in her home. -_- That honestly sounds like a poor, failed manipulation tactic where she was trying to turn the whole thing around on you to avoid blame. In any other situation if a woman found a girl's jewelry and clothing in her man's house, no one would scold her for questioning. This girl is shady, you can do better.0
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