I would say that I have kept him beyond happy with all his needs and he has mine. Its like one of those Romeo and Juliet stories you see in movies. Our families didn't want us together. So we secretly saw each other for a long time. Bad idea eh? Well he moved out to his own place and things started going downhill. Romeo drifted away and started seeing other girls. I shouldve seen it coming. Then came his "friends" and he got more distant. I respected his space and tried not to be jealous because in front of me he flirted with them like there's no tomorrow. And at night he would tell me how he onlu cares for me. We have many mutual friends and since it was a "hush" relationship only a select few know about it. Well then he got even more distant. Honestly, I already felt like it was coming before he even said anything. That he had a lot to "think about". Well you know how it ended.
I feel like a hopless fool still in love with him. I gave him many chances over and over. This "hush" thing was his idea. NowI feel played bad.
I dont even want to go back to him anymore after all that he put me through. Butwhy do I still have this for him?
I see him couple times a week through mutual friends and although I still have something I want to show his sorry ass that I am much better off without him. I am just hurt and I hate how he looks at me with that sly smile knowing he played me and no one knows.
How can I get over it all for good and revenge him and make him regret this?
Honestly I feel like he could care less but at least for my own self.
Most Helpful Guy
If you got enough brothers and male friends walk with them and then spit on his face with the disgust he deserves. If he dares retaliate you all take him down. Fast. Bad. A bastard ass beatdown. Don't do this if he has friends, or access to firearms. It's meaner than forgive and forget but is also more risky. I would not try this in the US. Would be relatively safe in Germany. Basically if you can find a (perhaps fake, among your male friends) boyfriend and show him he's totally expendable, it's probably even better this way. Tell him thank you for reminding you to change your boyfriend. If your new boyfriend ends up strong enough tell the jerk he should have told you earlier to remove the pathetic lowlife swine that he was from your life. Don't use words like s hole as this indicates anger. Show disdain and disgust. Don't provoke or insult openly unless you have the numbers and he can't fight back, because as a girl, unless you have karate (or similar) fighting experience you're disadvantaged. Which is why if you plan on going hard against him always have your brother/father/new BF/male friend/ group of friends with you. It could work but could also get tgem into trouble and provoke a feud among families. So the fake new boyfriend and disdain look shall be smarter and more efficicent. Whatever you do, be careful.1
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Most Helpful Girl
Best revenge after a break up? To be hot, sexy, look great, feel great, and still have the biggest smile without him. Be a beautiful, vibrant, happy, peaceful woman and let his own conscious eat away at him over time. When he tries to look at you or make eye contact, don't even look at him. Treat him like he's invisible so that he can't get the satisfaction out of smirking at you like that.
Trust me. Revenge on an ex is not all it's cracked up to be. I've gotten my fair share of glorious revenge and it only felt good for a little bit then I had to deal with the real problem which was the heartache.1
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