My ex boyfriend won't stop texting me. He was also a bit controlling when I dated him? Help?

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Angela Anthony Profile
Angela Anthony answered

Block his number, or change yours....

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Madison Hayes
Madison Hayes commented
Thanks. I'll definitely change my number, and he might try and reach out through social media but if he does I'll file a report most likely.
kenny ganiyu
kenny ganiyu commented
Thanks. I'll definitely change my number, and he might try and reach out through social media but if he does I'll file a report most likely.
atmar people Profile
atmar people answered

If you do not like him, then tell him very gently;

I'M GONNA BREAK UP WITH YOU!

but first tell him he gotta change

Madison Hayes Profile
Madison Hayes answered

So basically when I dated this guy (we began dating when I was 16) he was so sweet and caring. About three months later he took a turn for the worst. I would go out with my friends and he'd blow up my phone until I called him or got home.

I put up with that for about a month. I realized he installed a tracking app on my phone, and he began tracking wherever I went. I realized that when I went out with my friends to a party and I was there for about an hour when my boyfriend came and forced me into the car and drove me home. So I called it quits with him and now he won't stop texting me.

I'm now 17, and he constantly texts me and he even texted me saying he looks at my social media accounts a lot so he practically stalks me! I'm already    with someone else so tips please? How do I get him to leave me alone??

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Walt O'Reagun
Walt O'Reagun commented
Given his behavior ... CONSTANTLY expect him to show up. Be aware of your surroundings, and anything that you can use as a weapon to defend yourself.

Not trying to needlessly scare you ... but many guys like this DO attempt to harm the woman.
PJ Stein
PJ Stein commented
You definitely need to talk to the police and file a restraining order. Whatever you do, do not answer any calls or texts. Don't delete them either until after you show the police. If he threatens you in anyway, take him seriously.
kenny ganiyu
kenny ganiyu commented
You definitely need to talk to the police and file a restraining order. Whatever you do, do not answer any calls or texts. Don't delete them either until after you show the police.
Danae Hitch Profile
Danae Hitch answered

Call your service provider and have them block the number. If the number is blocked and he is still getting through, then go to your police station and file a report. Good luck.

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