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Have you ever been blocked? Whether this be an ex boyfriend, a guy you had been seeing or are currently dating, being blocked is most definitely the worst feeling. Especially if you’re not the psycho type that is texting too frequently and won’t leave him alone.

In the case of being blocked, what can you do? There isn’t much you ‘can’ do other than get on with you’re life, move forward, don’t look back and try not to dwell on it.

Obviously you have been blocked for a reason, either because you were too clingy or they just weren’t into you and have a harsh way of showing it. You will probably never find out why you’ve been subjected to this cruel reality, but whatever that reason is, they have actively made a choice to not be contacted by you… It is probably best to leave it that way and not turn up on their doorstep looking for answers. If you find yourself stood outside his house, that’s when you know that you ‘are’ the psycho ex and now have the answers to your questions and should turn around and get back in your car and drive away.

Being blocked can be very upsetting especially if it’s someone you care deeply for or someone you have spent years of your time investing in your relationship with. Keep busy, do things that make you feel good, go for a run, read a book, go for drinks with your girlfriends. You will find the right man eventually, you just have to persevere.

‘What comes easy isn’t worth having, what is worth having doesn’t come easy’…

 

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5 comments

  1. meanderingdream · June 11

    In terms of advice I’d also add blocking them yourself so that IF they ever decide to unblock you and drop you another message you won’t be caught out of the blue. It’d only ever be on their terms and normally (or at least from my experience) that’s just as you’re getting over them or at a time that’s inconvenient for you!

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  2. timisrunning · June 12

    Good article that. ‘Blocking’ is a cowards way out really. It is as if to say, removing the person completely is a way of forgetting they/ the relationship even existed which is very sad. There is probably the sinister part too which knows it will hurt the other person and that they can’t respond. I like the comment above – don’t give them control again by ‘blocking’ them. They are clearly not worth the time of day. This will allow you to move on and accept someone more deserving of you and your time moving forwards. Good luck x

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  3. Diganta Misra · June 12

    Well, I have some contradictory views considering I am not much a social person and like to stay off-grid, low profile, I personally blog anyone who tend to text me even rarely. But presumably if someone blocks other due to a temporary burst of rage, that’s really cowardly to do in a relationship

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