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Old Yesterday, 01:40 PM
 
Location: Southern California
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There is a reason people are exes. They should stay that way.
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He's doing it again. Don't participate. Find someone that respects you and your time.
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Dude is not giving you any respect, just like he didn't the first time you were dating. Why would you give him a second chance to be so dismissive? Nobody is worth being treated that way.
I totally agree, BE DONE! You have the power & a mind of your own...I hope. Don't let him decide for the both of you what happens.
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Old Yesterday, 02:12 PM
 
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I think we need more information about this relationship. Past and current.

Everyone replying seems to think they have the solution, but it's not clear at all what's going on here.
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Old Yesterday, 09:59 PM
 
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How can I get the man to see this is not how I want to be treated!..by telling him what you've told us.Sounds like you're very frustrated with the situation as you should be BUT you need to verbally tell him what you've told us.You're not getting what you want from this relationship.
So I should tell him? Or should I just walk away and forget him? I tried that before and he came back. I didn't ever want to cut him out completely because we were friends first and I've known him for awhile. What should I say to him?
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Old Yesterday, 10:10 PM
 
Location: Scottsdale, AZ
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Walk away and forget about him. Tough to do, but imperative.
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Old Yesterday, 10:21 PM
 
Location: Brentwood, Tennessee
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So I should tell him? Or should I just walk away and forget him? I tried that before and he came back. I didn't ever want to cut him out completely because we were friends first and I've known him for awhile. What should I say to him?
"This isn't working for me. I should have learned after the first time, but I've finally learned this time that I can't do this because I don't like the way you treat me. I won't be contacting you anymore, and I don't expect you to contact me. I wish you the best."

Then delete, BLOCK and move on.
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Old Yesterday, 10:35 PM
 
Location: Scottsdale, AZ
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"This isn't working for me. I should have learned after the first time, but I've finally learned this time that I can't do this because I don't like the way you treat me. I won't be contacting you anymore, and I don't expect you to contact me. I wish you the best."

Then delete, BLOCK and move on.
She can’t let go. I assume, she’s afraid of being alone.
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Old Yesterday, 11:36 PM
 
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"This isn't working for me. I should have learned after the first time, but I've finally learned this time that I can't do this because I don't like the way you treat me. I won't be contacting you anymore, and I don't expect you to contact me. I wish you the best."

Then delete, BLOCK and move on.
But that doesn't give him an opportunity to fix the problem....and it sounds like the problem hasn't even been discussed.
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