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  1. I would not keep this friend if I intended to keep this boyfriend.

    He clearly wants more and I wouldn't disrespect my SO with having a friend that wants (and pursues) more, the same way I would want my SO to do the same.

    You don't see him more than a friend but he does.

  2. It was your injury so any payment should have went to you. She collected on an injury she didn't have. Yes, it's fraudulent to file a claim on someone else's injury and keep the money.

  3. So the only thing you can do is let her move on to better partners, keep your distance, but be a good co-parent.

  4. It’s a bit odd, for sure. There could be a perfectly good reason, like her partner not wanting to appear on social media. But if she’s the kind of person who posts about almost everything else in her life, it is unusual and it would be worth asking her what was going on there. A lot of people like to act as though they’re really cool by pretending that social media has zero meaning in the real world, but the truth is that social media is an extension of the real world. It’s a way that people present themselves to others and the choices they make about what they share and what they don’t can be telling about their priorities and the way they want to be perceived. I wouldn’t go as far as to say it’s definitely a red flag, but given her overall pattern of posting it’s not definitely nothing either.

  5. So here's a perspective I haven't seen anyone present to you. I come at this from a guy who has had relationships like your BF's past.

    There can be something exciting and addictive about unstable partners. The constant change in your standing and each repeatedly having to fight for each other back drives emotions to an incredible high, and it can create feelings of Euphoria that are hard to replicate in a healthy relationship.

    But it's toxic. It is not healthy at all.

    What I want you to take away from this is that if you ever feel like you are missing something and can't give your boyfriend what he needs, I want you to know the aspect you wish you could be is a symptom of a deeply destructive emotional pattern. So, there's nothing wrong with you. You're a perfectly good partner 🙂

  6. And we’re with him why? Why are we investing good time after bad? Is this a story you want to tell at your wedding? Get out.


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