I will try to not linger this out but I think I need to give a bit of the background. I was in a relationship with whom I thought was my soulmate for over 3.5 years. We broke up almost 2 months ago. Don\'t get me wrong, it still hurts but I have tried to take the past and pretend like it never happened so I can try to get on with my life. When we broke up he told me that he did not want to be in a relationship anymore but then less than a week later he was seeing someone else. We never spoke the \"L\" word because he always told me that his kids came first and that he did not want to think about his future until his kids were out of school. I was comfortable with that. He always told me that actions speak louder than words and his actions told me that he loved me. Well since the breakup, I have so much information brought to me about this new woman in his life. The things that I hear are awful. He is also going up to people that I am only aquaintances with expressing that we broke up and now he is dating this new person. I was also told that he thinks he is head over heels for her. If that is the case, why is he always bringing me up? He asked this person that I barely talk to to talk to one of my very good friends and ask her not to be mad at him. How could he expect my friend not to be disappointed in what he did to me? I just don\'t understand why? He also sent me an email the day after my B-Day telling me that he hoped I have a happy B-Day and that he was sorry for the way things are and that he hoped to see me sometime. As long as he is with this person I don\'t want to see him or talk to him. What should I think? Please let me know.
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