Most hurtful thing an ex has said to me

All Woman

ARGUMENTS between partners may make people say harsh words. Some of them can be ignored, but there are times when these words hurt deeply. This is because you'll wonder what other thoughts are buried deep inside, especially since you may have heard that the truth always comes out in words when someone is angry.

All Woman asked people to share the most hurtful thing an ex has said to them.

Sasha R, 40:

When he was drunk he told me that my weight is so unattractive, sometimes his stomach gets upset.

Mike W, 37:

After I broke up with her, she called me a piece of s*** and told me that I was selfish and worthless. This hurt a lot because I gave her everything. I treated her like a queen.

Sharmaine C, 25:

He told me a long string of bad words, called me promiscuous and said I only wanted his money. Then he went around telling everybody. I never asked him for money or anything else while we were together.

Sandra K, 26:

He told me that I was nothing and had nothing to offer, and he would be the last man to settle for me. And he said I was the worst mistake of his life.

Dean M, 29:

When I asked her why she was leaving, she laughed and said I was really stupid to think that she was ever attracted to me.

Dale S, 30:

My ex said she had to break up with me because all I had was looks and no sense. I know it was a lie, but it hurt.




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