@miacol64 · Updated 30 Sep. 2021
@RyanM · Posted 01 Oct. 2021
Honestly, if your partner is literally stalking you, then you need to have a word with your partner and discuss boundaries. I understand some people change it up after they were cheated on, but to literally stalk your current bf or gf, is just outright crazy and not good.
It comes down to talking. If you feel it is affecting your life, then you need to let her know she can't be doing this. Talking does a relationship wonders.
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@bomb · Posted 03 Oct. 2021
Now this is a tricky one. Well, i guess the only mature thing to do is to sit down and a have lengthy talk with your partner. Remind him or her that you are not his or her past relationship. And since trust is built by the two of you, it is important to site down and work on it together. If one person doesn't trust the other, that relationship will not last. It is just a matter of time before it explodes.
@pritika98 · Posted 04 Oct. 2021
It's better to speak it out and communicate with the other person about appropriate boundaries and unresolved trust issues, as the others have suggested. To be honest, it's not something to take lightly, and if it continues, you should leave and report it to the authorities, since you never know how far someone will go.
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@debkatz78 · Posted 05 Oct. 2021
A lot of people struggle with this. They bring past experiences with other relationships into new ones and punish the person as if they were the ex. It can be mentally and emotionally draining to be with a person who does this. No matter what you say or do, they will not be able to 100% trust you not until their issues are resolved. These usually take time being on their own (outside of a relationship) or through therapy. I think it is fair to give them a chance to change after confronting the issue but do not expect much. If they are stuck in this mindset, it is going to be very hard for them to come out of it.