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post #171 of 183 Old 04-29-2013, 02:31 PM Thread Starter
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thank you so much everyone for the support :)

Nothing's changed with my ex, nobody seems to know where he went. But like I said, the two guys I live with always make sure that one of them is around the apartment to look after me.


But I have promises to keep, and miles to go before I sleep.
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post #172 of 183 Old 04-29-2013, 04:16 PM
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Karma Will get his a$$ . I am so sorry some one has to know where he is how would he survive?
Did you press charges I hope?
I am so Happy Trooper is doing good.

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post #173 of 183 Old 04-30-2013, 01:27 PM Thread Starter
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Karma Will get his a$$ . I am so sorry some one has to know where he is how would he survive?
Did you press charges I hope?
I am so Happy Trooper is doing good.
Well on that note, I did something that I'm beginning to regret last night. He showed up at my apartment while my other three roommates were out and as I was reaching for my phone, he said that he just wanted to talk. I've always had a problem "over-trusting" people (it's a HUGE problem), so I let him in and that's exactly what we did: we talked. He expressed a sincere level of sorrow for what he did (or what I perceived as sincere) and it wasn't until about an hour after he left (I told him never to come back) that I finally called the police.

You would not believe how much one of the officers who showed up to my apartment TORE into me for letting him go.


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post #174 of 183 Old 04-30-2013, 03:18 PM
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THG, it doesn't matter how sorry he seemed you shouldn't have let him in when you were home alone, especially after what he did to you! There's not much anyone can do about it now but if he comes back, please just call to police, and don't let him in!

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post #175 of 183 Old 04-30-2013, 04:56 PM
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Well on that note, I did something that I'm beginning to regret last night. He showed up at my apartment while my other three roommates were out and as I was reaching for my phone, he said that he just wanted to talk. I've always had a problem "over-trusting" people (it's a HUGE problem), so I let him in and that's exactly what we did: we talked. He expressed a sincere level of sorrow for what he did (or what I perceived as sincere) and it wasn't until about an hour after he left (I told him never to come back) that I finally called the police.

You would not believe how much one of the officers who showed up to my apartment TORE into me for letting him go.
Of course the cop got on you! It's one thing to be trusting but trusting & stupid will get you killed & the cop knows that.
That guy almost paralyzed you & you let him in again?
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post #176 of 183 Old 04-30-2013, 06:29 PM Thread Starter
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THG, it doesn't matter how sorry he seemed you shouldn't have let him in when you were home alone, especially after what he did to you! There's not much anyone can do about it now but if he comes back, please just call to police, and don't let him in!
No, you're totally right. I was being, as the poster above me said, trusting and stupid.


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post #177 of 183 Old 04-30-2013, 07:07 PM
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That was stupid of you, but you yourself are not stupid.

You are experiencing what every other woman who has ever been abused, feels. You allow him in because you feel vulnerable. You trust him because you're hoping what he did before was a 1 off thing.

Even if he was nice this time, deny yourself those feelings. Do NOT let him in again.

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post #178 of 183 Old 04-30-2013, 08:15 PM
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I was in a very emotionally abusive relationship with a guy for almost two years and I kept letting him back into my life again and again until he hit me. That was the straw that broke the camels back and I dumped him. Luckily I had friends who stood by me and wouldn't let my emotions over take me when he tried again and again to get me back. Like what Sky said, you aren't stupid but my advice would be to try to always have someone with you so that they can keep your mind in check with your heart.

I know it is hard! I have been there, and if you need anyone to talk to please feel free to PM me =)

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post #179 of 183 Old 04-30-2013, 11:00 PM
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Please don't let him get anywhere near you! If he hit you before, he will probably have no qualms about doing it again.

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post #180 of 183 Old 05-04-2013, 03:53 PM Thread Starter
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Please don't let him get anywhere near you! If he hit you before, he will probably have no qualms about doing it again.
Yeah you're absolutely right. Btw, good news! I got a call late last night: the authorities caught up to my ex right near the border of Oklahoma-Texas border.


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