How can someone who emotionally abused me get to end up so happy? I mean, he played me. He posted crap about treating woman right and all this stuff, but he never did to me, he verbally and emotionally abused me. How does he get to run off and be happy? He's good about securing another relationship before he leaves me, he can't be alone, not for long anyways. He's 32 and she is 38, he post stuff on Facebook acting like he's 15 all over again. What grown adults do that? You don't need to prove to people that you're happy every hour or how you're waiting on her to wake up, like what the hell? I mean, it's getting to be a tad bit ridiculous. I thought about going on there and putting the angry emoji all on his lovey dovey post after the way he discarded me, but then I think, well... he's one less problem I have to worry about. Hopefully she'll get a taste of his abusive ways and run before it is too late.
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You do realize that people post all sorts of crap on social media that's just an image they WANT to portray and not reality. The harder someone posts about how happy they are, the more I suspect it isn't the case. This guy sounds a whole lot like he is never very happy to me, and you're the lucky one for not having to deal with him anymore.
There's no easy way to deal with having your heart broken, but my advice is to stop following any of his activity online (it might even be passive-aggressively directed at you if he feels somehow making you feel worse and jealous will make him feel somehow better). You're not going to find your own happiness on his Facebook page, and even finding out he's truly dreadfully unhappy isn't going to really make you feel better. That's only going to happen if you're able to truly move on, and focusing on him is only going to delay that.1
ah, proving to people that you're happy by "screaming" it in every possible way, even on social media.
I know this girl, that I used to like at some point. The hashtags on her social media are screaming for attention.
Might it be that she's not actually happy, but wants to hide it in front of the others? Might it be that she simply got married to get rid of the "bitch" tag that was hanging over her head?
Might it be that she did it just because she felt her biological clock is running out and she had in mind to have her child by age X?
Who knows, might all be true, might all be false, but she's definitely looking as she's trying to convince someone that she's happy.
Hope it's not herself.
I personally know I wouldn't need posts on social media. With the girl I like now, all I can think of is to spend time with her and that's about it.1
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I think he never loved you first. Why you care? If he is happy then its fine. Get a relationship and be happy too If this is what you need to be happy. But you can be happy even with your own person.
Why are you envy? If things didn't work. And if he treated you so bad. Why dont you cut him off of your live? Why do you still follow him and do that?
Im not here to judge you (Im here for free xp) but grow up. If things didn't work out. Its a reason for that. And maybe you had your fault at that too.0
No. It is out business, not anyone else's. The more people that know, the more people seem to think they can give you 'advice'. They need to stay away and keep their nose out of it. So I help that along by keeping the info close.1