Mine continues to email, Facebook, or text out of the blue just to say hurtful things or tell me about new girls he's dating." Step One: Ignore. Don't post statuses about his behavior on Facebook, even if they're vague ("So sick of people who can't let go! Don't complain about his contact to any mutual friends. It should be a last resort if ignoring him for a while doesn't stop the behavior.
He's trying to get a rise out of you, so the fastest way to get him to stop is to not let it have any effect on you. Step Four: I certainly hope it never comes to this, but if at any point, you feel like he's actively harassing you or heaven forbid, threatening you, report it to the authorities.
Dating became a daily juggling act between love and drugs, between happiness and utter devastation.Just like when you're watching a slasher flick, there's a point in a relationship when you can sense that something bad is about to go down.Only it's a lot harder to predict a guy's behavior than it is a screen serial killer's — especially when it comes to breakups.The truth was, I wasn't all that into her."—Chad, 27, teacher "I was dating a girl I really liked, but I was drunk — and alone — at a party.I wanted to fool around with this other girl so badly, but she wouldn't touch me until I called my girlfriend to break up.