Guy's girlfriend pushes him to open up the relationship. Guy decides he deserves better and dumps her. Girlfriend subsequently has a mental breakdown.

May 24, 2015

I was just browsing the relationships subreddit and saw this thread which gave me my good laugh of the day.

Whoever the guy who posted this thread is, he's red pill as fuck. Listen to some of the remarks by him:

My girlfriend works in a job where it's basically her a bunch of women and this one guy. This one guy that works there is a real ladies man type guy, and my girlfriend is enamored by this guy. Nothing new, here I get it we have been in a relationship for a long time, and lusting after something new isn't bad.

Good old Chad Thundercock. You can always count on him to show up and give 'gina tingles to women who are already in a relationship.

However, my girlfriend started pushing more than that. She basically started asking me "what if I was to have a threesome with you, if I was to sleep with another guy." She started pushing more and more, about things we should do before we tie the knot and become boring old people. Then she started saying that I worked out so much, and look so much better, now than when I first got with her, now was my chance to get some more action etc. And she started really pushing this idea of an open relationship.

But unlike in many of these threads, the woman's boyfriend is pretty alpha himself. He works out, he takes care of his appearance, and he's capable of getting other women.

I realized, that her crush was something far more than that. And I didn't need her in my life, there were some complaints I had about the relationship, and now was my chance to find someone new that didn't have those faults. So I simply told her that this isn't something I want to do anymore, and that I think we should see new people.

The guy is smart enough to realize what a shitty deal he's getting and bails from the relationship. Like I said: Red pill as fuck.

I don't think it sunk into her, until like the day after when I deleted her off social media. Then she legitimately snapped. She forced herself into my apartments (roommates were there), and just sat there crying. She ended up buying me some really expensive shirts ($300+) for me to show me her love. And in general she is going crazy, she has taken sick from her work.

I think it hit her that she sacrificed an exclusive relationship with an alpha because she wanted to have her cake and eat it too. Worse, she's 28 years old and on the verge of hitting the wall, so she's probably gonna have to settle for a beta bucks if she wants kids. Meanwhile, her ex-boyfriend will likely spend the next little while banging hot women in the 19-24 age range.

I don't have any desire for getting back together with her. I know a lot of people will say I am bad for giving up on a relationship after so many years. But the thing was, I cared about her, but when she started talking about her lust towards the other guy, it basically killed my feelings towards her. And honestly, I am at a point in my life where I am happy with how things with just me are. I know I am an awesome person, and I don't need to convince anyone to stay.

Holy shit, even if this guy has never visited this subreddit before, he's truly got a red pill mindset. He doesn't depend on other people for validation, he provides it to himself.

The rest of the thread is him looking for advice on how to stop his ex-girlfriend from messing with his life if she gets vindictive. And also people patting him on the back for dumping her (there are a lot of RadFems and white knights in the relationships sub, but on a whole that subreddit hates infidelity).

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Title Guy's girlfriend pushes him to open up the relationship. Guy decides he deserves better and dumps her. Girlfriend subsequently has a mental breakdown.
Author TheRedPilsner
Upvotes 898
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Date May 24, 2015 11:20 PM UTC (6 years ago)
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