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Facebook not talking now
By: Anonymous
Male, 
Age: 44
12/18/2015 4:37:44 PM

 OK.  Here it goes. we have been dating and serious for 1 1/2 years. Both of us are seperated, working professionals, with teenage children. All of a sudden a month ago, I got two Facebook requests from two females I went to HS with that live about 500 and 1500 miles away. Two days later she unfriends me because she states I am now must be trying to work it out with them. I didn't date these two.  Anyway so I deactivated my FB account, action. To show I really don't care about FB. Anyway she still refuses to talk to me and says I placed her second. 

Really it is not like I am going to be late coming home or out to the gas station to see these women.

Should just reactivate my FB account and move on? What is she looking for from me? I remember all our month anniversaries etc... 

Reply Posted By: Rhonda Bennett, M.A. - Female, NolensvilleTennessee

Date Posted:
12/18/2015 4:53:22 PM


Rhonda Bennett, M.A.

 It sounds like your girlfriend has trust issues. Going through a divorce is hard, no matter what the reasons are. I would like to know more about the history of your relationship. Has she ever been distrustful of you before? Did her soon-to-be ex cheat on her? Does she have abandonment issues of other kinds. You say you are serious, and after a year and half, the trust should be there.

You shouldn''t let her lack of trust and/or jealousy dictate what you do online. Many old classmates reconnect through FB and other social media sites. Most of the time it''s a great way to catch up and stay in touch with each other''s lives. However, I have seen a lot of people rekindle high school romances and end of divorcing or leaving their current partner.

You need to have a serious talk with your girlfriend and decide together where this relationship is headed. I also suggest couples counseling to help get back on track.

I also have a radio show in Nashville called "Ask Rhonda Live" 5:00-5:30 pm CST on Mondays. You can always call in and talk about your situation. The studio line is 615-256-1360. www.WNAH.com.

You can reach me online at www.PrestoExperts.com/Rhonda-Bennett. There are many ways to resolve this situation and figure out if you want to save this relationship or not.

Rhonda Bennett, M.A.

 

 

 
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