This horrible woman sexted with my fiancé constantly, then when he dumped her, she sent me nasty messages telling me it was because I was ugly. She would not stop sending me mean messages. She is married and cheated while her husband was deployed. Her texts and pictures were the most disgusting and degrading things I’ve ever seen. She is one messed up woman.
He not only cheated on me multiple times, but he also cheated on ALL of his former girlfriends many, many times. He even got fired from a professional job for sleeping with married clients and coworkers. Twice, client’s husbands came to his work to threaten him.
He has 2 DUI’s, stealing car tags since he’s too broke to pay for renewing his registration and he is an very experienced liar and manipulator.
I caught him cheating a few times. Once, he even texted me nude photos of a woman who was sexting him, as a form of emotional manipulation to prove that women still wanted him. And yes I have all the evidence to prove it. He told me he cheats repeatedly because it is “a game” to him to see how many women he can get and yes, it does make him happy and he loves every minute of it and will never change.
I stayed for almost a year and a half with this lying cheat, and am hoping women will receive this warning to stay away for their own safety.
Notorious liar and thinks he’s gods gift to women. Narcissist. Will tell you a sob story about several things in his life, but none are verifiable. Watch for inconsistencies and call him on it-he will immediately get very angry. Abusive verbally and physically. Cheats when he feels he can get away with it.
Cheated, lied, stole from me after a 8 year relationship, 6 of which we lived together. Would visit other people and spend weekends in hotel rooms with them. Uploaded provocative pictures online for e-money. Cyberfucked and sexted both random people and people she had known for years. Stole roughly $6k. Insulted me and her friends behind our backs. Still won’t admit she did any of this, even when caught and confronted redhanded. Still hasn’t even apologized. Cheats physically and emotionally. Will cry and act innocent, then continue trying to cheat literally minutes later. She has no empathy nor remorse. Do not trust. Do not get involved in any way.
I just told my story how this man who should not be living in society free to victimize others. Forgot to say who he is…Heavy D (Dennis) Fletcher. If your screwing around with him know there are at least 3-4 others. He’s over 65 yrs old and his interest is mainly young Mommy’s about 30 yrs old. If you still keep doing him, wear protection!
Jessica Ann weger is a liar and a cheater that has unprotected sex with anyone who happens to show interest .she will carry on a relationship with you and make you believe you are the only one and she is quite good . She will have sex with a stranger then let another man go down on her the next day then ask him how it tastes.she has herpes and still continues this behavior. When confronted about anything she is quick to revert the attention by projecting everything that she does onto you. Will string you along and tell you she loves only youall the way until you catch her in the sack with another she will leave you and trust to get people to stalk her and gets her minions to believe it too then the next day she will come have sex with you and make you feel like you we’re the piece of s*** and again blames you . She will start fights until you blow up so she can justify going away and having sex and anal with whoever is that weeks number one.. she is an evil person and lives only for sex.hasca history of sex with vagrants just for the hell of it
Emotional abuse is elusive. Unlike physical abuse, the people doing it and receiving it may not even know it’s happening.
It can be more harmful than physical abuse because it can undermine what we think about ourselves. It can cripple all we are meant to be as we allow something untrue to define us. Emotional abuse can happen between parent and child, husband and wife, among relatives and between friends.
The abuser projects their words, attitudes or actions onto an unsuspecting victim usually because they themselves have not dealt with childhood wounds that are now causing them to harm others.
In the following areas, ask these questions to see if you are abusing or being abused:
Humiliation, degradation, discounting, negating. judging, criticizing:
Does anyone make fun of you or put you down in front of others?
Do they tease you, use sarcasm as a way to put you down or degrade you?
When you complain do they say that “it was just a joke” and that you are too sensitive?
Do they tell you that your opinion or feelings are “wrong?”
Does anyone regularly ridicule, dismiss, disregard your opinions, thoughts, suggestions, and feelings?
Domination, control, and shame:
Do you feel that the person treats you like a child?
Do they constantly correct or chastise you because your behavior is “inappropriate?”
Do you feel you must “get permission” before going somewhere or before making even small decisions?
Do they control your spending?
Do they treat you as though you are inferior to them?
Do they make you feel as though they are always right?
Do they remind you of your shortcomings?
Do they belittle your accomplishments, your aspirations, your plans or even who you are?
Do they give disapproving, dismissive, contemptuous, or condescending looks, comments, and behavior?
Accusing and blaming, trivial and unreasonable demands or expectations, denies own shortcomings:
Do they accuse you of something contrived in their own minds when you know it isn’t true?
Are they unable to laugh at themselves?
Are they extremely sensitive when it comes to others making fun of them or making any kind of comment that seems to show a lack of respect?
Do they have trouble apologizing?
Do they make excuses for their behavior or tend to blame others or circumstances for their mistakes?
Do they call you names or label you?
Do they blame you for their problems or unhappiness?
Do they continually have “boundary violations” and disrespect your valid requests?
Emotional distancing and the “silent treatment,” isolation, emotional abandonment or neglect:
Do they use pouting, withdrawal or withholding attention or affection?
Do they not want to meet the basic needs or use neglect or abandonment as punishment?
Do they play the victim to deflect blame onto you instead of taking responsibility for their actions and attitudes?
Do they not notice or care how you feel?
Do they not show empathy or ask questions to gather information?
Codependence and enmeshment:
Does anyone treat you not as a separate person but instead as an extension of themselves?
Do they not protect your personal boundaries and share information that you have not approved?
Do they disrespect your requests and do what they think is best for you?
Do they require continual contact and haven’t developed a healthy support network among their own peers?