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Facebook?
« on: July 15, 2019, 11:26:49 PM »
Do you guys think it is better to be on facebook during a breakup so that they can at least see your profile picture etc. and miss you or is it better to deactivate facebook and disappear so that they really can't find you and miss you?


(this is if you and your person and not facebook friends anymore)

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Re: Facebook?
« Reply #1 on: July 16, 2019, 01:09:46 AM »
No offense meant by this but this is not a relationship advice website. And again, no offense but will you take a long, hard look at yourself in the mirror please.
Why the fuck are you asking whether or not to stay on Facebook just because of some guy?
Why are you living your life, the one and only life, in accordance to getting with a guy?
What the fuck?

I'm very sorry but you do need to grow a pair if you ever want to be taken seriously, by anybody.
« Last Edit: July 16, 2019, 01:11:22 AM by Alexbally »

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Re: Facebook?
« Reply #2 on: July 16, 2019, 01:24:14 AM »
I agree with Alex 100% but wouldn't have delivered my message so rudely! Get on with your life as normal, what on earth would you want to deactivate it for? If you're living in the end of the wish fulfilled you'd use Facebook as normal. Just get on with your life and don't let it be ruled by a bloke.

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Re: Facebook?
« Reply #3 on: July 16, 2019, 01:53:30 AM »
I agree with Alex 100% but wouldn't have delivered my message so rudely! Get on with your life as normal, what on earth would you want to deactivate it for? If you're living in the end of the wish fulfilled you'd use Facebook as normal. Just get on with your life and don't let it be ruled by a bloke.

And you need to realise exactly when some people just need a good old fashioned back hand across the face, should it be appropriate. Sometimes, people just need to snap out of it somehow. The OP is not here asking LOA questions and has only one agenda, I can overlook that part, but it's with an incredibly heavy heart that I hear about her living her life, dictated by the actions of a guy. She thinks he is the world....if only she knew the world within her.

Alwaysforlove may not thank me right now but she will in 2 months, guaranteed.

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Re: Facebook?
« Reply #4 on: July 16, 2019, 02:19:04 AM »
I understand that you are trying to help but you really do need to work on the way you word things for the simple fact that if someone is already feeling heartbroken they should not also have to be so aggressively written to in the same day. Many people are on here seeking guidance for attracting an ex so although I know your intentions are pure your delivery is toxic.

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Re: Facebook?
« Reply #5 on: July 16, 2019, 02:23:41 AM »
I agree with Alex 100% but wouldn't have delivered my message so rudely! Get on with your life as normal, what on earth would you want to deactivate it for? If you're living in the end of the wish fulfilled you'd use Facebook as normal. Just get on with your life and don't let it be ruled by a bloke.

And you need to realise exactly when some people just need a good old fashioned back hand across the face, should it be appropriate. Sometimes, people just need to snap out of it somehow. The OP is not here asking LOA questions and has only one agenda, I can overlook that part, but it's with an incredibly heavy heart that I hear about her living her life, dictated by the actions of a guy. She thinks he is the world....if only she knew the world within her.

Alwaysforlove may not thank me right now but she will in 2 months, guaranteed.
Tough love, eh? 😉

Sad isn't it when you make a person centre of your universe? This poster sounds very very young; it's the sort of thing I'd have done when I was 15.

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Re: Facebook?
« Reply #6 on: July 16, 2019, 02:31:07 AM »
I understand that you are trying to help but you really do need to work on the way you word things for the simple fact that if someone is already feeling heartbroken they should not also have to be so aggressively written to in the same day. Many people are on here seeking guidance for attracting an ex so although I know your intentions are pure your delivery is toxic.
To repeat what I said, forget about Facebook. What are you doing practically to build a new relationship with this person?

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Re: Facebook?
« Reply #7 on: July 16, 2019, 02:56:20 AM »
siamesegirl I appreciate your opinion and how you are tactful when replying, My Facebook question was just a question because I wondered if that might help with the re-attracting process. I suppose I will just leave it alone and not worry about it. 

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Re: Facebook?
« Reply #8 on: July 16, 2019, 04:33:23 AM »
Tough love, eh? 😉
Indeed it was. Well spotted SG 👍

I understand that you are trying to help but you really do need to work on the way you word things for the simple fact that if someone is already feeling heartbroken they should not also have to be so aggressively written to in the same day. Many people are on here seeking guidance for attracting an ex so although I know your intentions are pure your delivery is toxic.
And here you are....looking all better now. Everybody's a winner today! 😄
You are new here and I am being kind. Tough but kind. Please do excuse my bluntness....I'm English. Lol

I wish you good luck and I also hope you enjoy learning along the way, alwayslove

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Re: Facebook?
« Reply #9 on: July 16, 2019, 07:28:23 AM »
First and foremost, ask yourself if Facebook will bring you more happiness or more sadness, especially when you see the updated profile and she is happy? If it will not give you any reason to be happy, I would suggest that you look for other things that will make you happy.. because you deserve to be happy! It was also a struggle for me not to look at my Facebook, but I realized it only made me more angry, more unhappy, then I decided to deactivate for the mean time. Instead I spend much of my time making myself a better and happier me, because that is what I deserve!

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Re: Facebook?
« Reply #10 on: July 16, 2019, 09:33:03 AM »
First and foremost, ask yourself if Facebook will bring you more happiness or more sadness, especially when you see the updated profile and she is happy? If it will not give you any reason to be happy, I would suggest that you look for other things that will make you happy.. because you deserve to be happy! It was also a struggle for me not to look at my Facebook, but I realized it only made me more angry, more unhappy, then I decided to deactivate for the mean time. Instead I spend much of my time making myself a better and happier me, because that is what I deserve!

It depends what you are using Facebook for. To communicate with friends, not an issue. Spending time looking at what an ex is doing is a different matter. There's no need to deactivate it if you use it appropriately.

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