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And that pain and disrespect that he CANNOT return in-kind emotionally, will become something he will want to return PHYSICALLY with his wannabe Anderson Silva punk-ass.I wrote THIS article on this site a while back to explain how someone’s feeling for their ex can affect their current relationship EVEN if they no longer want to be with that person anymore.If these 20 signs sound familiar, then congratulations, you are officially a girl with trust issues.Embrace them, work on them, do whatever you want, but just own the fact that you have #trustissues.There is nothing incriminating on there, and yet the thought of someone seeing your search history or photos makes you feel physically nauseated. You never believed the image could truly disappear, and you never trusted the person you were sending it to not to screenshot it. You dream of being recruited as a top detective because you know you’d question every clue and be amazing at your job.In fact, your phone has a passcode, self-locks after three seconds and important notes and emails are written in a code that you invented and memorized, so there’s no recorded evidence. You will never eat a chocolate chip cookie, or a raisin one, because you’re so scared of getting the wrong one. When your mom mentions she likes your new friend, you get super jealous. Except, of course, you wouldn’t trust that the recruiter was for real.
This is his method of self-defence for his potentially shattered-ego: ‘Show that b*tch that I can get some ratchet p*ssy too!
You demand the passwords for your friends, family and boyfriend’s email and Facebook accounts, obviously. It doesn't matter how tired, bloated or moody you are, you will never, ever let your boyfriend go to a party without you. You have, of course, secretly installed a tracking app on your boyfriend’s cell phone.
You go to the doctor for a general health check-up with no worrying symptoms at all. When someone tells you the time, you ask three other people afterwards. You don’t confide in anyone, including your therapist, whom you, groundlessly, suspect is not 100 percent confidential.
You are satisfied with most makeup products you buy because you never expected them to do what they said in the first place. You would never because you can’t trust anyone’s judgment other than your own.
You are the only person you know who uses three search engines aside from Google.
Lincoln wrote the hilarious and insightful book "You're Not A Victim, You're A Volunteer: How To Stop Letting Love Kick Your Ass".