That obviously didn't work, so he resorted to whiny/rage posts and stalking me and my friends on Facebook.
Now, he's just found out I'm back together with a previous ex (I have no idea how since I never post and there's almost no people in common) and he's posting REALLY nasty stuff about it. Cool, so getting back together is bullsh*t unless I get back together with YOU? Gimme a break.
I'm extremely pissed off about his continuous whining. I'd gladly confront him, but he's too wimpy to face me in real life (I'm talking about literally shoving his cell phone at his face here).
Even if I know the most prudent thing is to not "fall" in his game, I think I've been patient for way too long. I'm sick of his pathetic behavior, of his hiding behind his white knight friends, of his continuous stalking and of me being the "villain" of this situation. I'm sick of him thinking I'm entitled to him because he was "nice" to me, and I really want to shove all this in his face.
So.. how can I deal with all this bottled-up rage?
For all those reasons (+ we're on the same major + I don't wanna feel like I have to hide from him + I'm probably too proud for my own good) I didn't want to delete him from FB but I may do it if there's no way around. Still, I'd hate to do it because I can't stand feeling that he can get away with all his bullsh*t!
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Send him and all his friends a note about his behavior, and give details of how he's stalking you on Facebook. If you embarrass him enough, he should back down! Contact his family as well, his professors, anyone you know who has importance in his life.
You're right, YOU shouldn't have to change your Facebook settings or otherwise adapt your life to his harassment!0