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Posted 8/26/15 , edited 8/26/15

amr2510 wrote:

Walking away from a toxic abusive relationship with my ex. That was an experience I'll never forget. I'd never go back.


good you made it-toxic relationships are like a terminal disease they slowly kill you inside in my humble opinion took me long time to get over a 15 year marriage but happy today:)
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scoobydew wrote:


amr2510 wrote:

Walking away from a toxic abusive relationship with my ex. That was an experience I'll never forget. I'd never go back.


good you made it-toxic relationships are like a terminal disease they slowly kill you inside in my humble opinion took me long time to get over a 15 year marriage but happy today:)


I congratulate you on a 15 year marriage that you overcame! I am sure you grew immensely from that experience. I try to advocate terminating toxic relationships and speak up about abuse because most people think it will never happen to them. More often than not, you don't know its happening until it is too late.
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Awaken_Riceball_ wrote:

I can make hard decisions with ease with no regrets; for example, I was e-dating a female gamer from an MMO that lived a few states north of me. We have very similar interests as well as the same rare eating disorder. Long story short, I tried to setup to meet her in person, even public places like Cold Stone Creamery; however, she declined multiple times. I asked her why, and she said she is scared. I told her this,

"From this day forward, this is the last time we will talk to each other. I feel like my time was wasted, and it would have been nice if we meet in person just to give a chance. The opportunity was there, but now it is my opportunity to remove you from all sources. It was nice while it lasted."

She could not get in touch with me at all, so her friends in the game told me that she is sorry, but I simply did not care.

Next, I walked away from continuing my IT college path because all the teachers did was read word for word off powerpoint. I gave them such bad reviews, and I did not do my homework. They told me I am going to fail, and I told them that they fail at teaching. To piss them off even more, I took the certification exam during the final exam and passed it; therefore, they had to give me A's in their class.

I am tired of BS.


She might not have been a real girl to start with. But, I don't think you should have let your emotions control you. If you two were friends, you should've just taken on the mindset: "okay, just gonna have to drop her from romantic interests and stay as friends." I mean, why not have more friends.
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