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  1. shardy10 profile image57
    shardy10posted 8 years ago

    hello to all,

    today my co-worker and i was talking about relationships. She is hurting due to a recent breakup with her boyfriend/co-worker. To make a long story short. his girlfriend called her to express her desire to meet her and settle the issue between them. this guy was dating both women at the same time. She is hurting and has been crying all morning. My advice to her to "LET HIM GO" and move on with her life. because he has. 
    my advice to all who are going through rejection. STOP! hurting yourself. True love can not be purchase with gifts, money , etc. Pray for spiritual and even physical healing.

  2. donotfear profile image89
    donotfearposted 8 years ago

    Sounds pretty dang dysfunctional to me. I wouldn't give her the time or day nor would I have anything to do with the guy again. Why would this other chick wanna meet with her? What's to 'settle'?  It's obvious.

    It's as easy to see as black & white. The dude was getting the best of both. Now somebody is hurt. Tell your friend to be happy and go on with her life. And the fact that she works with the guy doesn't make it easy. She should hold her head up, smile sweetly and stay busy.

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    Poppa Bluesposted 8 years ago

    or... you can continue to date him, meet with her and let her know that you will continue to date him, and you can date other guys as well! All's fair as long as you're honest about it, no one should have to be hurt. Of course someone will, but it doesn't have to be you.

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    Lecieposted 8 years ago

    i would meet with her. throw a bucket of pigs blood on her and tell her if i kill myself my blood will be on her hands. but of course i'm just a drama queen so this may not be the best solution.lol

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      Poppa Bluesposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      LOL! Not the best solution but quite creative! I'd love to see that in a romantic comedy, like Carrie?

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        Lecieposted 8 years agoin reply to this

        yes, very true

    2. donotfear profile image89
      donotfearposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      lol lol lol lol lol lol

  5. Urbane Chaos profile image97
    Urbane Chaosposted 8 years ago

    I don't know how wise it is to be talking about relationships while at work.. Something about that just sounds weird - like trying to bench press a hippo just to say you did it.

    Still, relationships are like that sometimes.  Hot chick falls for cool dude, cool dude's man tonsils get all worked up, cool dude meets another hot chick, hot chick gets cool dude's pork sword all excited, now cool dude has two chicks, and now first hot chick is all upset.

    It happens.

    But, you're right.. just let go - ya live and learn.  If a dude can't keep his blue-veined yogurt spitter in check, it just needs to be cut off.

    There's a million fish in the sea - time for her to go find one that respects her.

  6. shardy10 profile image57
    shardy10posted 8 years ago

    I know from experience, LOVE HURTS! But, we cant stop love. A heart does what it wants too. To be honest some man and women doesnt no how to appreciate the good.  I was in a relationship for many years and for a long time a was giving 150% while he was only giving 10% okay.......... 25%. even then that was enough. one day he asked if we could exchange cell phone. TRUST. I Agreed sure. immediately he went through the phone numbers - in/out calls. I immediately went through his text message - he got angry and demanded his phone. it was then i found out he had several messages from different women. DOG! FAGGET! PUMP! so, from that point own the tables turn. I begin to give him the cold shoulder. when he called my i did not answer. when he wanted to see me - i refused. when he wanted to go out - i was too busy. after a while his attitude changed. One thing about MEN! THEY hate rejections........... after   rejecting him He begin do more, express his more and appreciate me. but, it only last for a letter while. So, i decide to "let him go" yes, i cried ........many night. but, it was for my good. because he continue to call me and come by my place. i decided to move and change my number. you see, i was only a convenience. He needed me. i was his comfort when things went wrong. i was his encourager when this was bad at work. so, i say to all. evaluation your relationship - test your mate and see how important you are to them. KNOW YOUR VALUE.

  7. Greek One profile image74
    Greek Oneposted 8 years ago

    She should sleep with him one more time, then tell him to get the Hell out…. and while she slams the door on his face, she should scream out ... "and sorry about the Syphilis a**ho*le!!"


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