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My last relationship ended because things were moving too fast, and she was falling hard for me and I definitely didn't feel the same way. I thought breaking up would be the best for both of us, but apparently it wasn't. Now I have a wonderful boyfriend,and she constantly makes me feel bad for moving on. She always talks about how much she loves me and misses me, but I just don't feel the same way. She claims she wants me to be happy, but then she does things like this. She talks about how depressed she is all of the time, and tells me that seeing me with my boyfriend makes it worse. I tried to distance myself from from her, but things always go downhill from there. I just don't know what to do anymore.

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  • You can try being straight with her, but if that doesn't work it's a good idea to try and break away from her. It's a type of psychological kidnapping when somebody does something like that. The best thing you can do is to push her towards professional help, kindly of course, and try to live your own life

  • Grim, she needs to move on. She's being emotionally abusive, really the only solution is tell her if she can't accept that you're with your boyfriend now and you're not getting back together, it's better to just cut off contact and hope that lets her move on. I don't mean distance, I mean cut off all contact. I know it sucks, but it's hurting everyone involved.

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