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    11-16-2013, 11:38 AM
Zexious no married man should text constantly or buy gifts for a woman he is not married to. Period.
At the least it will create suspicion . It might lead to other more serious acts.
His motives are highly suspect. Shalom
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    11-16-2013, 12:31 PM
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I text guys on a daily basis that I'm not dating. They're my friends, and my boyfriend is aware and doesn't mind. The gifting is what would concern me- that is just not normal. Definitely give him an opportunity to make it right, but do keep your eyes open to the situation. It can't hurt to be aware of other boarding options just in case things go wrong suddenly. Hopefully you won't need to use it, but it can't hurt to be aware!
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    11-21-2013, 02:09 AM
So...basically all of this just stinks. I was trying to be optimistic. ...but it just hasnt turned out like I hoped. Im not going to go into details. Seems inappropriate online. But he has been direct. Not physically. ...not at all. But he is definitely testing the waters through text and now I'm left with a decision to make. Soooo....I guess I'm barn hunting. Not going to make a big deal out of it. Want my move to as drama free as possible. ...but I have to admit im a little ticked off. All the single moms out there know exactly where I'm coming from I'm sure.

People just don't have any boundaries anymore. It is truly sad.
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    11-21-2013, 02:12 AM
And I wasnt even going to update. Please if you don't have anything encouraging to say don't respond. Guess I just need to vent.
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    11-21-2013, 02:32 AM
I'm sorry he ruined the barn and friendship.
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    11-21-2013, 02:36 AM
Thank you....:(
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    11-21-2013, 02:50 AM
I am glad I am not in your shoes, but you are wise to avoid entanglement. It could only get messier.
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    11-21-2013, 02:54 AM
Originally Posted by tinyliny    
I am glad I am not in your shoes, but you are wise to avoid entanglement. It could only get messier.
Well there's just no sense in it. I mean....time to move on. Simple as that. Of all the problems in life....this one has an easy solution.
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    11-21-2013, 09:38 AM
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I'm really sorry to hear about how things have progresses. I hope that you have already taken the advice of looking for a new barn, but if not then I would start ASAP with the intentions of moving yesterday or sooner. If things are THAT bad then I would probably go back twice- once today to get your tack, and once when you move your horses. And bring a friend, preferably a male. If I weren't so scared of what people do to others animals nowadays I'd tell him to back off or his wife will be told if he tries to approach you again. I don't think anyone is going to judge you based on this situation. This guy has abused your friendship, and it's time to get out, fast. So sorry to hear that he turned a great place rotten for you.
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    11-21-2013, 09:57 AM
Lucky, so sorry this is happening to you. You deserve better! People suck.
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