45 Women Share Their Horrifying “Psycho Ex” Stories

34. He kept breaking into my apartment when I was gone.

“He kept breaking into my apartment when I was gone. Sometimes when I was home. Didn’t have a phone so couldn’t call police. He’d park outside the complex and wait for me. Sometimes he’d follow me. Came home from work and he was in my apartment. I went to a guy friend’s apt to get him to send ex away. Ex has a gun and threatened to kill himself (and my cat) friend talked him down. I think he ended up in a psych ward. Don’t know, don’t care. I still get chills when I see the truck he used. It was his grandfather’s, it got sold in town when gf died. It was quite unique.”

Skyemonkey


35. He started getting possessive, wanting to tell my male bosses to keep their distance & very jealous when I talked to my male friends. He started demanding the right to read my text messages too.

“I dated a guy for 8 months. He started getting possessive, wanting to tell my male bosses to keep their distance & very jealous when I talked to my male friends. He started demanding the right to read my text messages too. I bought a house on my own (goal before the relationship started) and the final straw in the relationship was when he thought that he deserved to be on the title of the house.

Anyway… broke up with him and finally extricated myself from the relationship for good after two months of trying. He said he was going to give up his citizenship and move back to NZ. Before his flight home he would show up at random times to my front door or visit my extended family members. When he went back to his native country he went on these wilderness treks. He would write down a blurb every time he thought of me. When he got back to civilization he sent me a 40-page email of how he would change. I responded with a—please don’t keep sending me these.

The next day or two (as soon as physically possible) he showed up at my doorstep.it was bonkers. 6 months later he showed at my front door within an hour of me getting home to realize. my house had been broken into.

No restraining order granted—no physical violence threatened.”

bemmae


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