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  Random_Quote  |  0

Agreed, My gf moved to another state to help out her sister with her business. After a while she made new friends. Which I encouraged because she went on and on about how lonely she was and how she didn't have any friends. So she met a guy and now she has fallen for him, and I encouraged her friendship with him. So it happens, sorry buddy, best of luck

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  Snippy11  |  0

@11 That's a girlfriend. This is a wife. Depending on how many years your relationship lasted before then, suck it up, or that kind of sucks, but OP wins.

By  lesp  |  6

Just another reason not to use FB (I'm not bashing FB users however, so let's skip the flame war people). Definite FYL on the cellphone part though.

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  cssb08  |  0

That's how my parents split up too... more or less. He met his old fiance from like 30 years ago who was still on the other side of the country where my dads from, and they started having a relationship. My mom only found out 'cause my dad left his email open one day. These things happen, and sometimes for the best. I've never seen either of my parents as happy as they are now.

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  Shafreeka  |  8

It's not FaceBook ruining relationships, its the people in said relationships, ruining relationships. Two people could easily be on Facebook and not have an issue. It's always been people who let Facebook be a catalyst for those things.

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