When she got out of the bathroom, she saw her fiancé holding her laptop and crying. She attempted to say the messages were simply a joke, but her fiancé wasn’t buying it.
“He kept the laptop in his hand, and while he told me how much this hurt him, how weird I am, etc., he kept reading individual messages I had written,” she said.
“The [steamy] ones too. He began full-on crying and telling me he can’t marry me, he can’t look me in the eyes, he thinks I am mentally ill, then he stuffed some clothes in a bag and drove off, and I was pleading on my knees begging him to stay. He spent a few nights at his parents’ house and came back (he told his parents we had a falling out, but nothing specific), but we are not on speaking terms, and whenever I try to initiate a conversation he exits the room and locks himself away, etc.”
“I feel like he has resigned completely. There’s no love in his eyes or affection anymore, and I’ve been sleeping on the sofa for a few days now. We haven’t properly talked about how we continue, how and if we are to cancel the wedding, and so on. I haven’t told anybody yet because I am too ashamed.”
She deleted all of the chats and has stopped sending new messages in an effort to prove to him that she was no longer going to engage in the behavior, yet he doesn’t care. He will not say a word to her.
She’s feeling like she is some kind of an addict, as she wishes she could just chat with this character about what’s going on in her life.
She’s not sure how to move forward and if she should clue her loved ones in on why her wedding has been called off.
What advice do you have for her?
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