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  gracehi  |  31

I didn't find it "extremely hard" to get a restraining order. In my case it was extremely easy. My ex was arrested for attacking me, though. I don't know if OP's ex anonymously speaking to her online under different names would be grounds for a restraining order though, but it's worth a try if it bothers her that much, and I can see why it would. It's free and fairly easy to file a restraining order.

  frizz101  |  22

29 maybe I should have been more clear. Unless a person is physically violent and you can prove that they are violent, it's almost impossible to get a restraining order.

By  91hayek  |  31

Better start checking everyone else you don't know face to face. Or maybe even some you do if he is good at disguises and that committed. SHYAMALAN MODE: It was you all along. You are a man. In love with yourself.

  R3TROxLOV3  |  32

pictures are super easy to steal. I've had someone steal my pictures before. Ask them to skype. If they refuse, then there's probably something off. In this day and age, almost everyone has a smart phone or a laptop with a web cam. If they claim they don't, ask them to borrow someone else's just so you can chat face to face at least once. If they go out of their way to find reasons not to video chat with you, stop the relationship.

  ActionFearo  |  39

Now-a-days, you can also fake skype video. They can record it during another skype chat and play it back during your skype call, and claim that their volume doesn't work or something.

  DraconicFeline  |  31

32, not everyone is comfortable with Skype. I'm not a huge fan of video chatting even with my real life friends, and the only time I've Skyped with someone I met online was after he became my boyfriend. Refusing doesn't necessarily mean you have something to hide.