should I react to the ex?

(9 Posts)
myusername111 Tue 06-Aug-13 10:52:47

Thanks for the support ladies. Although I desperately want to react in a very bad way I won't for now. She has deleted the post and we aren't on facebook or anything like that so she can't check up on us etc.
Nexus I will just do that and pm you. Just on the hop at mo but will do later. Wouldn't mind hearing someone elses story keeps me grounded.

Nexus6 Mon 05-Aug-13 22:52:22

Ugh that should read mend

Nexus6 Mon 05-Aug-13 22:51:59

I agree with mumtobe, my dh ex is a f**king nutcase bitch too- she stalks me on the Internet. I've got a counter thing in my blog that tracks up address that go on my page and hers always comes up (even her work one!) anyway suffice to say I have been logging this because if dh does have to go to court or well fuck knows its just good to have stuff like that ready.

Hope you're ok, it's really bloody tough - if you want to let off steam you can always send me a pm etc. I know how hard it is to talk to your partner about it.

The joke is in my case is that this awful minipulative, abusive woman is a social worker helping the 'men's broken families!!!!' What a joke.

mumtobealloveragain Sun 04-Aug-13 16:11:49

Personally, I'd take a screen shot or two of the Facebook status' and keep them saved on my PC and say nothing this time. If she does it again, via FB, text etc then do the same. If it happens a few times take it to the Police, they will look at the evidence and she may get a harassment warning for causing you harassment, alarm or distress.

There's only so much keeping quiet to keep the peace that you can do and it's pretty horrible to make up stuff like that and post it publicly. sad

NatashaBee Sun 04-Aug-13 13:36:07

It will annoy her far more if you don't reply... She'll be wondering if you even saw it, wondering whether you're planning something in retaliation, it will drive her mad.

myusername111 Sun 04-Aug-13 13:33:31

Yeah good advice there thanks. I am just at the point where I am sick of these allegations and if she truly believed that wouldn't we be being investigated by social services? My blood is boiling over with it. sad

mummatotwo Sun 04-Aug-13 13:28:24

Do nothing, say.nothing ... Silence is a very, very powerful tool

mummatotwo Sun 04-Aug-13 13:27:39

Do nothing, say.nothing ... Silence is a very, very powerful tool

myusername111 Sun 04-Aug-13 13:01:36

DSC mum has a long history of causing trouble and lots of it. Her latest trick is to say her child went home and said that I smoke cannabis....this was all over facebook. Am sick to death of her silly accusations. I wouldn't touch the stuff, not now not ever!!! Also someone has come forward saying they saw one of her other kids causing damage to my car!!! Had enough now, what would you do?

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