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So, I've been in a wonderful relationship going on a year. We both trust, respect, support, and love each other. We all have are "quirky" days, but who hasn't?

I've recently been trying to remain calm about a certain situation though (I've also even nonchalantly brought it to his attention), but ever since we become "official" all of his exs or friends (especially this one annoying woman) keep sending him voice messages, emails, even trying to come over to hang out with him when I'm around and more impoprtantly when I'm not around. He's told them all politely to back off, but this one particular girl just keeps pushing the envelope. I mean I trust my guy and I know for a fact he would never get with this other woman, but it's becoming annoying when we're trying to be romantic and she calls him wanting to know whats up or sending him texts at 2,3, 4 at the morning.

I mean, what should I do? Remain calm as I always have or tell this woman myself? My guys told her to back off and she doesn't listen.

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Well, he has the option of blocking their numbers from his phone. Is there a reason he has not done that yet? That's a very efficient way he could put an end to this if he wanted to.

Ultimately, unless these girls bring any of this to you, I'd say managing this is his issue, not yours. I don't see you initiating battles with them as productive or very healthy, and if he's not going to take all of the steps (like blocking numbers) to work this out himself, it'd also be fruitless.

[ 09-04-2009, 12:33 PM: Message edited by: Heather ]

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