By someone - 01/04/2014 19:21 - United States - Point Pleasant
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if you have to go to such drastic measures then maybe you shouldn't be with him.
He may be the type of guy who's so clingy, that he doesn't accept any attempt to breakup with him. I had an ex who refused to accept it. Even after I got a new boyfriend, he went and told anybody who would listen that we were still together, and that my new bf was the guy I was cheating on him with. Some people are crazy.
He is. He still continued to call my house and leave letters in my locker until we graduated, but I ignored it. As long as he didn't actually come near me, I didn't really care. I have this amazing talent for finding really unhinged guys. I hate to admit it, but I'm totally that girl that's like "Oh you're emotionally damaged and you have no one to lean on? I'll be your friend!!!" And then I totally don't notice signs of craziness until it's too late. What I lack in good judgement and a sense of self-preservation, I make up for with naivety and hasty decision making.
Perhaps you should just break up with him rather than do him bodily harm... Just a suggestion.
11- I would assume if she's to the point of feeding him laxatives just to get some space, she's probably already tried talking to him. Also, talking to someone that clingy doesn't work. I've been there. His reaction was "why don't you want to spend time with me anymore? Don't you love me? Are you cheating on me, is that why?" There's no reasoning with guys like that, they're crazy.
All of these "clingy partner" FMLs need to stop. Either talk to him about it or leave him. It's that fucking simple.