Is there more going on then what I was told? Or did she think they had something when they didn't?
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I had this friend who was totally head over heels for me. Now yes, I knew but I'd been VERY excruciatingly clear that I was not interested and that we could only ever be friends... if that if it was gonna cause him pain.
When I started talking to my now SO, who I knew through a shared group of friends with my friend... this friend vaguely knew him. When he found out we were starting to talk... he went behind my back and tried to convince him that there was more than met the eye with us and that he was moving in on someone he 'had something with' Told him I sent mixed signals... allll kinds of lies. I mean this dude went nuts! Tried to rally my friends against me for 'leading him on' when I had plenty of actual proof otherwise in the form of messages that proved I had pointedly told him I wasn't interested and would never be. My boyfriend was really starting to wonder if he was the butt of the joke. I have since dropped said friend and our friends didn't take long to start seeing through his lies. And all of this came with him posting about his lovesick heart all over Facebook in a feeble attempt to drive his point home. Like he seriously carried on... it ended with me getting pretty cold b**** and real on him. Like when that didn't work he tried to turn around and badmouth me when his whacko attempts to do... who knows what... since it wasn't helping him get closer to me.. he was seriously just sooo blinded by trying to eliminate what he perceives as competition and... I don't know... convince people to feel sorry about it enough to make me reconsider... and all he did was drive a serious wedge and wipe out any desire to even KNOW him. And yet to this day... he seriously still tries to initiate polite contact after all of his craziness.
My point is neither that he does or doesn't but unless someone has proof... don't necessarily believe everything you hear because some people really do just get stubborn weirdo obsessions and try and get their way at any expense... including attempting to instill doubt with lies and using guilt and victimization. Don't underestimate that. Really... just go with your gut... and if boyfriend really is innocent he will be perfectly fine with you working to figure out the truth between the lies.
The phrase "The truth will set you free." is oh so true... especially when you're on the honest end of it.0
I wouldn't trust him0
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