After briefly dating someone and being ghosted by him, I tried to find the answers as to why. This led me to his new girlfriends facebook page. I never post anything or communicate in any form, but check out what she posts. I understand the other term for that is creeping a Facebook page. Is anyone else guilty of doing this?
It's a long story of religious differences, lies and betrayal, but being recently divorced, something I never wanted to be, yes, I'm guilty of this too. We still have some business to take care of after which I think one, or both of us will decide to block the other.
Decades later, I've checked out the pages of a few to see how their lives turned out (hoping they went well and were happy, having really cared for each at one time). I see their aging selves, their wives and kids, and am genuinely glad for them. It's a one time thing, though.
A couple posted uber religious stuff on their pages. I feel like I might have dodged a bullet on those. (:
Well.... I never looked back. trying to understand why they did what they did is giving them control again... i just thought what i had was real... theres an old saying about relationships. Dont ever let your guard down. If you teach her how to use her super powers ... she will end up using them on you.
Creep ghost lurk whatever. ...not my style nor do I post on Facebook walls any romantic reparte'.....I have posted on grandchildren or their parents Facebook gift notices events mutual interest stuff but I never call a woman a girlfriend and feel insulted if I am called a boy anything