Obsessive exes

By Miss Kes

Friday, October 19, 2018

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Some people find it extremely challenging to move on from their exes, not because they want to stay and rekindle the romance, but because their exes make it very hard for them to move on happily. Below men confess to stories of obsessive women that will make your skin crawl.


My ex literally stalked my wife for eight months straight. We reported her to the police and nothing was done until she attacked my wife one night when she was coming in from work. Some women need to understand that when a relationship is over and the man moves on you should just do the same because it simply means you were not the one.


It seemed like my ex set out to make my life unhappy. Every time I tried to move on, she came with the arguments and fighting. She also thought that because she had two children for me she owned me and that pulled a lot of drama.


I get to understand that a woman behaves a particular way after a relationship ends depending on how it ended. Because I basically never give a clear statement to my ex that it was really over, she kept calling and texting me, cyber-attacking my girlfriend, and all sorts of craziness. I had to visit her and have a serious conversation with her.


My ex actually called my wife telling her she was going to put a curse on us. There was nothing we could do to stop her and that went on for at least two years before she had a serious stroke and the torment stopped. We are not the type to be happy over something like that, but I was relieved to have some peace and enjoy my life.


This woman would literally drive to my house and park outside watching. It was so creepy that I thought I was in a movie. I couldn't understand it because she was the one who cheated and messed up the relationship. She would bug my woman with threats and even want to fight her. It was madness until we migrated.

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