Crazy Exes….

I have these two friends.  They used to date, and they are now exes.  Well one hates the other and the other is not in love but loves the other.   Well during the course of the relationship, there were things that took place that heavily influenced the break-up.  Well, once they broke up, we all thought it was over.  While one chose to move on with their life, the other fronted like they did as well. Fronting is the one who hates her ex and found somebody else and made it seem like they were set, however, they found excuses to still see the ex. The one who moved on in the first place, has two children, but does not have a relationship with anyone and seems to be content with life like that.  Fronting has voiced a emotional connection to the ex’s children since breaking up.  Where the story takes a turn, is when the fronting ex wants to see the kids, however, they always confront the ex with verbal abuse. The ex, who is single, decided to end all contact with Fronting to maintain stability in their life.

 Fronting has now declared a hate war against the ex and the ex has nothing but love for Fronting.  Everything has been used from bragging about the new relationship to acting like they don’t care and they do and most recently there have been online attacks.  They contact me to try to hurt the ex because they know I speak with them and use the reason of not seeing the children as a reason to make the ex look like the bad guy.  I tell them to walk away from the situation but they refuse and keep bringing a miserable life on themselves.  I know Fronting still cares about the ex because for somebody who doesn’t care about something, they wouldn’t waste time on it.  Was the ex bringing on drama by cutting Fronting totally out of their life?

Take it easy….

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4 Comments »

  1. Anonymous Said:

    The question is, is Ex really cutting Fronting out of their life? How long was the relationship? How do the kids feel about Fronting?

    I don’t believe you are creating drama by cutting someone out of your life; you just need to be SURE that when you do, you mean it. Everyone involved (children included) should understand there is going to be “No Contact WHATSOEVER”, not even for the kids…etc.! Over needs to be over and it needs to be made clear. Saying you love a person, but are not “in love” suggests you just don’t want to let that person go. It’s selfish… for both of you to be in a relationship that will never work and it’s fair to those children. I firmly believe you shouldn’t bring a person into your children’s life unless you know and expect them to be in your lives for the long haul.

    First start, delete all contact information. If YOU really want something different, you can always do it today…If they are crazy, you can always get a restraining order.! LOL

  2. i have a bipolar ex

  3. Kitty Said:

    Ex isn’t bringing on drama by cutting fronting out of him/her and the kids’ lives. If the relationships over and the ex is not the parent why should he/she feel obligated to deal with their ex just because the person bonded with the kids.

    Kids aren’t stupid. And no matter how much you keep things away from them, they can def pick up on stuff. And not to sound harsh but if the kids were bonded with Frontin and now he/she is gone, they’ll be just fine. I’m sure as their parent Ex wants to do what’s best for his/her children so are we say who Ex should have around their kids or not?

    I think even more than the broken heart, Fronting’s probably dealing with their pride being hurt and bruised ego and all that. Which is why instead of really being over it, they continue to talk down and hate on on Ex.

    Frontin’ is DEFINITELY using the kids to get at Ex. It’s shameful and embarrassing and he/she really should just quit it. Frontin has another relationship and is still trippin about Ex. please! Fronting needs to let go and let God!

    “Relax, Relate, Release” LMAO!!

  4. TONY Said:

    WHEN ARE U GOING TO POST SOME MORE?


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