My ex-boyfriend failed to see his contributions to the problems that contributed to the ending of the relationship. He joined an online dating service where he exposed our relationship problems to several women on the website. After we had broken up I wrote a discussion on the message board entitled "What it means to be in a committed relationship". One of my ex's friends responded very hostility to me suggesting how a man should be treated. I did not know how else to respond to her so I blocked her because in the content of her response, she exposed my relationship problems. She resorted to publicly addressing me. My exboyfriend failed to see that I blocked her to protect myself. Instead he says that she had no other choice than to address me publicly because I blocked her. He failed to see that his exposing our relationship problems caused his cyberfriends to respond out of content to the discussion. Thoughts? Opinions?
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