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Hey, how do I stop wanting to spend time with my ex, when he wants me to find other friends to hang out with????

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      3sa wrote Apr 10, 2009
    • I’m confused.




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      UK Girl wrote Apr 10, 2009
    • I confused too .......he is your ex so you should as hard as it seems be moving on with your life and friends and meeting someone new ..... or have I got this wrong ?




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      Vikki Hall wrote Apr 10, 2009
    • Correct me if I’m wrong but it sounds like your have an ex that YOU haven’t let go of yet. Even tho he wants to have friends other than you???????
      If this is the case you just need to let go otherwise it makes you clingy and he will resent you at some point.
      Your ex’s for a reason, right?




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      Denise Richardson wrote Apr 10, 2009
    • My question is this, Ok so he’ your ex and he’s that apparently because the relationship didn’t work or for what ever other reason(s) why would you want to continue to be around someone who is telling you to your face to GO! and find other friends to hang out with, you sound to me to be a fatal attraction which isn’t a good thing on your part let go and move on because it sounds like he has, you can’t make someone what to be with you or love you. All you‘re doing is setting yourself up for drama and more hurt, good grief let the man alone and go find some one else to cling to. Sorry but thats just the way it is.tongue out




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      Ms-kay wrote Apr 10, 2009
    • The answer is simple - you take the hint and find someone else to spend time with. You don’t want to known as a “stalker” so respect how he feels and find something else to occupy your time.




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      Jenz ~ wrote Apr 10, 2009
    • Girlfriend, ex’s are ex’s for a reason. Let him go & go get yourself a new life. It’s a matter of changing your thinking. If you could have him, would you even want him?
      Move on girly. You have no reason to cling to the ex.
      Ignore the EX!




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      Mztracy wrote Apr 10, 2009
    • I’m with jen here.

      also it sounds like he wants to move on, and for you to do the same!




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      Jenz ~ wrote Apr 10, 2009
    • Honey, go buy the book “Why men love bitches.”
      It’s very good. And will boost your own self confidence. To keep attempting to hang out with an ex who is clearly telling you to move on, is demeaning to your spirit and will knock your own self confidence down. Why ARE you doing this?
      No more calling the ex. No more going where he is. None o’ that mess. Go look at your mirror & say to yourself, “Why am I doing this?” Then make the commitment today to begin your new great life! happy




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      Jenz ~ wrote Apr 10, 2009
    • I have more. haha Steve Harvey has extremely wise words for women in the luv dept as well. And he’s funny as hell!
      Any man that wants you will not let you go regardless of what you do.
      Look it up on the Oprah.com site. That should help too. Taking action for yourself here is on you. You can listen to us, or you can continue doing what you‘re doing & the results will probably not be what you really want & deserve. Good luck woman!




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      Vikki Hall wrote Apr 10, 2009
    • That is a great book!




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      Denise Richardson wrote Apr 10, 2009
    • happy*Hey Jenn* not that i need it, but thanks for the pitch on the book I’m going to get it for the sake of reading it I have a few friends who may can really use it though lol.




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      Jenz ~ wrote Apr 10, 2009
    • Vikki & Neicy, Heck yes it is. =) I’d suggest it for teenage girls as well as an eye opener before they run into the schmuckos of the world. lol
      hope you all have a great holiday weekend!! estatic




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      Lisa Middlesworth wrote Apr 10, 2009
    • Consider this the first day of the rest of your life. Go forward without the EX! You are wasting precious time with this guy if he’s not into you.




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      Stephanie Lawrence wrote Apr 10, 2009
    • MOVE ON. If he is telling you to find new friends, then do just that. It sounds like he doesn’t want you around, so why put yourself through that kind of thing. I agree with Jenn, Steve Harvey’s book is great.




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