I’ve done some pretty stupid, baseless and immature things in my life. We all have, which is why I hate it when people act like it’s the end of the world whenever I make a mistake. It’s something people do, and we all (including myself) need to get past this. This is why I give a lot of people the benefit of the doubt. Confrontation’s never been my thing anyways. So when you were acting the way you did, I let it go. Come on, ladies of the world, confess. We have all creeped on an ex and their new girlfriend before, some of us to the point of being obvious and clingy towards the guy in question, hoping and praying for that second chance. To be honest, I did the exact same thing when I was eighteen. For a month. And even after I stopped, I have to admit the feelings were there for at least another month. Looking back, I’m sure I pissed him off and alarmed his (now ex) girlfriend, but it was a lesson I had to learn the hard way. So i figured it was just a lesson you were going through. I don’t want to be that angry “new girlfriend” that lashes out on the guy’s ex-turned-stalker. I knew it was a phase some girls just go through. But now, I feel like I have been “letting it run its course” long enough. You dated over a year ago. I have been with him for the past six months. Not only that, but you didn’t even kiss. Not once. He wasn’t that into you and he’s clearly not now. He shows/tells me about everything you send him, complains about you, and is clearly avoiding you. He has even tried to tell you to back off. I know, because I saw him send the message, and I saw your response. I’m not writing this to be mean, nasty, or cruel. I’m not trying to break your heart. I’m not even thinking about actually sending this. I’m just trying to get some feelings off my chest and, as politely as possible, tell you to back off and get a hobby. Move on. Please. Everyone, including you, will feel much better.
-I’ve been there, but I’m getting fed up.