dating for people living with hiv - Crazy dating voicemail

As the story goes, I dated this older woman for about 8 months.

We were pretty serious but had some communication issues.

The site houses over 50 voicemails some woman left her ex-boyfriend after they broke up.

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Ahh, the dulcet sounds of the jilted, angry, narcissisticly injured female. These types, more often than not, get things backwards.

She claims she’s tired of chasing Mark while she continues to chase him. This is a good example of how these women do not respect other people’s boundaries.

Well, as you’ll see, she had no problem communicating her feelings. When she leaves you in excess of 50 psychotic voicemails, it makes it even harder.

So, lets have some fun getting over her by starting a web site.

“Mark,” the original poster of the voicemails, explains his now defunct site by stating: There comes a time in most relationships that one of the two parties wants to end it – and about that time all hell breaks loose.

This is a great example of that hell breaking loose.

She also threatens to screw up her job and lose her apartment because he won’t call her and do what she wants, followed by more tears. The tears are done and the impatience and burgeoning rage are back. Now Crazy resorts to the classic maneuver: Make ex-boyfriend jealous.

This is just another threat to hurt herself if Mark doesn’t do what she wants. Crazy informs Mark after a night of alternating tears, rage, statements of undying love and manic pleas for contact followed by more tears, demands, rage and begging, that she has a date with another man for the following evening, ” She appears to be threatening Mark’s job now.

Just substitute phone trouble for computer trouble, car trouble, plumbing trouble, moving, etc., etc. Demands and threats haven’t worked, so now it’s a tearful, “.” Make no mistake, this is still a threat and one of the sickest, most abusive things this kind of woman can do. But since you’re not calling, I guess I need to assume you don’t want to work things out.” Her logic is convoluted at best. These messages are disturbing and a very good example of how quickly this kind of woman’s emotions and tactics can shift.

If your ex threatens suicide, don’t call her back; call the police and let them assess if she needs to go to the emergency room. Notice the rapid fire succession of her voicemails. She goes from the anger of being rejected and making demands to trying to sound rational and healthy (e.g., “.”) When all else fails, they turn on the tears because they instinctively know most people can’t stand to hear someone else in this kind of emotional pain. The tears quickly turn back into rage if you turn a deaf ear to them.

Because abandonment is one of their biggest fears and if they’re afraid of abandonment, it must be equally terrifying for you. Instead of, “;” she’s demanding that Mark call her back for a technical obligation. so many times after you chase after someone, you can’t do it anymore . I’m just going to keep leaving messages because you won’t return my calls. For me, this voicemail is where this woman’s craziness stops being darkly amusing and becomes incredibly sad.

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