On facebook I block people from searching my name or adding me as a friend so if I were to block him on facebook he will never be able to contact me on facebook again and won't be able to re-add me as a friend.
I also plan on changing cell phone providers soon which means I will change my phone number too.
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this isn't going to help im afraid, if you choose to block him you're showing a reaction and one day you will regret it then you will unblock him, and contact him asking how he is.
If however you keep your position open and unblocked (not showing any kind of anger reaction) he will feel regret the break up and contact you (this is when you know he thought about you). If you block him you'll never know. But you do need to realise he will move on with his life and the break up was for a good reason. Guys need a wise man in their life to explain how a girl is feeling and thinking in a situation, girls and guys think differently, we overlook things and we can only become consciously aware of things through support, without support we dont learn. Dont have bad feelings about the pastor, you need to evaluate the things you were doing to check you werent making fundamental errors. Girls are emotional sensitive people and things can get in the way of a decent relationship.
Do you feel it's necessary? Like do you think he will try again? Or you just don't even want the possibility? To me, it's seems a bit extreme, but this is up to you. I personally wouldn't block someone ever unless I was being "harassed" constantly or stalked. But that's me. But you're probably acting out your anger also, which I can understand. But unless you know for sure, don't assume that it's the pastor's fault. I mean, sure, if that's true, it wouldn't have helped, but like you said, he has a mind of his own. Chances are, there were doubts there to begin with IF the pastor actually did convince him of this? I always try and put myself in these positions and one thing I know to be true, it's extremely rare that you can convince someone to do something they don't want to do. They'll do it regardless, right or wrong. So my point his, the pastor may have "fueled the fire" so to speak, but the fire was already there I'm guessing, you know? Your boyfriend may have just realized that you two weren't right for each other possibly?
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Here’s the thing, you’re obviously very pissed right now, rightly so, but I would urge you not to get too carried away.
He’s fucked up definity but your reaction is sort of like throwing gasoline on a fire.
If he’s lost you forever that sucks for him I guess but it’s going to fuck him up more being able to see how well you’re doing should he search you in a week or a month or whatever. I’m not a game player and this isn’t meant to play games. It’s simply meant to say “i don’t care”.
However, at the end of the day you need to do what’s best for you so for you to move on is this something you need to do?
If it is, then do it. If it’s not then screw him and don’t give him a second thought.
Personally? Block him from all social media, and keep the phone open. If you keep feeling yourself disappointed that his not texting you, it’s empowering to block his number because your the one that is blocking him rather than expecting him to text you and not receive a response. The social media is definitely a thing you should block him from. For your / his sake. He’ll probably stalk you & you’ll know his stalking which is why you would post something cliquey like ‘I trusted you, it’s not your fault but it’s mine’ and you’ll look silly & the other way around, you’ll constantly stalk his page to see if he updated his status or something. Blocking him helps you because your not gonna add him back to see his posts, so it helps!
I used to be a in a similar situation with religious authorities, it can go both ways but don’t take only personal.