1 month in no contact she texted me that she's dating someone new and that she is happy, I called her (I wish I didn't) and I told her I was happy for her and I was somewhat happy that we broke up because I was able to work on myself and became mentally better such as worked on my own insecurities and learned how to forgive and let go, she sounded surprised and upset, I ended the conversation short because deep down inside I was feeling a lot of stress and didn't want her to know how emotional I was. I made a mistake of stalking her Instagram but there was no trace of her new partner even a month after telling me about it
I restarted no contact again after 1 month, I texted my ex if she's available to pass my things, 2 days later no reply. I then texted her to mail it to my address, no reply. I asked our mutual friend to call her to confirm it, she said my ex will mail it.
1 weeks later I figured I hurt her feelings acting like she doesn't matter so I sent her a text saying the relationship meant a lot to me and I hope we can be friends, She liked the text but no reply, I felt even more lost so I sent her a text saying if she doesn't want me in her life anymore I'm completely okay with it and I'll feel no resentment, she still ignored my text. I want to know what's on her mind and why she's doing this?
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If it is stuff you can replace and do not need, just let her have it and be done. The only option you have to forcefully get it back is to get law enforcement involved, but you have to know EXACTLY what the item (s) look like, EXACTLY where in the house they are and have proof the stuff is yours AND that you bought it. If you cannot prove all of that then the stuff stays put where it is unless she agrees to give it back. Unless there is 100% proof of ownership, law enforcement treats the property as belonging to whoever's residence the items are at. I had one of my military uniforms at my exes place. She dropped the ball on me and broke up with me and I had a gear inspection the next day. I told my chain of command the situation. My NCO, the police and I met at my exes place to get my uniforms. Even though the uniforms clearly had my name on it, I had no clue where in the apartment my ex had them and she refused us entry. The police said they needed a warrant to search her house, and to get that I'd have to file charges against her AND prove the uniforms were there. Luckily my NCO pulled a sneaky trick by lying and saying the military would investigate her if she did not turn them over when the officers were not looking (blatant lie as military has no power over civilians) and she fell for it. Had the bluff not worked, I'd be shit out of luck.
Its a very expensive hoodie so I really do need it back, I'll get the police involved if it really means to be.
I wish you luck