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How To Behave Towards My Ex Girlfriend Who Cheated And Lied?
So I'm a 19 year old guy and I was in a relationship with a cute girl, she's 17. After a month she dumps me over text. She was even planning for us to go to the gym together.
2 weeks later I found out out that she has cheated on me and got in a relationship with that guy (17).
I gave her a call so she would know that I know what she has done (in calm voice). Told her that she didn't have to lie and that we could just talk and it would be fine.
3 months later she is still in relationship with that guy.
I started working out in the gym on regular basis. She goes to the same gym. I know that, we were supposed to go there together (it makes the breakup even more unexpected). One day, while going to the changing rooms I notice her working out. She immediately notices me, looks at me 2-3 times and moves her look away. I did look at her too, but there was no communication.
A week later, after the lifting session, I'm going with my personal trainer to do some crunches and stretching. It's her, 5 m away (like 15 feet). I immediately striked a funny conversation with my trainer. Didn't give her even a look. Passed by her a few times, didn't even say hello to her. Feeling so proud of myself, not giving a **** about someone who betrayed my trust.
I didn't post sad or depressing stuff on instagram, just me being happy and enjoying life.
Did I act good? How should I behave further on? Should I send her a Happy New Year text?
Should I put some quote in my instagram story that would tingle her mind?
I was really good with her mom and she seemed to like me. If I meet her somewhere I guess that I should be nice to her and that I should not mention her daughter, right?
Also: I lost 8 Kg (17,6 pounds) since we broke up and I do look better. She must have noticed that (all my college colleagues noticed the positive change in my appearance though).
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