He Left me for another girl

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    Hi, I met this guy on tinder about 4 months ago. We met and hit it off, he travels a lot but he would always call and text me. But I started to notice that the calls were slacking and he would only message me when he needed something.. he told me he got shot recently and that’s the reason why he hasn’t been talking to me and also sent me this long paragraph confessing his love for me but now I see that he posted a picture of him and his girlfriend on social media. After that I noticed he blocked me… I want to reach out to him and tell him that he didn’t have to do me like that because we never agreed that we were together it was just we were messing with each other . I feel a little sad but more like betrayed. Should I reach out to him and tell him how I feel or just leave it alone?



    Hi Ste’Vie,

    You should just leave it alone.

    More than likely, he met some other girl on Tinder that he liked more and decided to make her his girlfriend.

    The both of you were never together as an exclusive couple.

    Reaching out to him to tell him that he didn’t have to do you like that would only put you in a position where you may get even more emotionally upset if he weren’t to respond or if he were to give you a response that isn’t satisfactory to you.

    This would be the trap that you would be setting up for yourself if you were to go that route.

    You could find yourself unable to let it go and may continue trying to reach out or observing what he is doing on social media.

    This would really inconvenience your life and make it that much more difficult to move on.

    Hence, it is best to just leave this alone.

    He has now blocked you.

    However, he may still reach out to you in some capacity in the near future.

    This would be especially true if his relationship with his new girlfriend starts faltering or suddenly ends.

    You should ensure that you don’t respond to him if he reaches out to you.

    Doing so would only make you more and more susceptible to emotional manipulation as he proceeds to repeat the same cycle of behavior over again.

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