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  1. If you tell him she will know it was you, they will probably break up AND you will end up working with someone that will hate you.

    If it was a mistake, she will not do it again and that will be the end of it. If she keeps cheating, he will find out sooner or later anyway.

    Is none of you business, stay out of it.

  2. I’m so sorry. This is an absolute mess. You ignored a lot of red flags, this sounds like a messy POS that dragged you into his toxic bullshit.

    Cut off all contact with him and heal. Get into therapy. Let him mess up someone else’s life. And don’t worry. Someone that would do something like this will continue to be awful. He’ll do the same thing to his ex. You dodged a bullet.

  3. Stop playing games. He's an ex so why are you still desperately chasing him and trying to manipulate him? He clearly isn't interested in meeting up but you're coming across as too volatile to be straight with so he ducks you. Just leave him be.

  4. Try not asking questions. At all. People can live in mystery. He doesn't need to give answers. Buy him some aftershave you think he might like. Or a tie. Or something else like a sweatshirt in the color he likes. Drop it off and make it casual-like. No big deal. Saw something and thought of you. Then walk away.

    Just ignore the rest of the change and pretend he was never a girl at all.

    I think that's how you should treat him and I think that'll help the relationship, but I do not expect this will be easy. I have a transgender friend whom I have known as a man for years and he is now becoming a female and it's naked as hell for me to remember the pronouns and understand how to let go of the original identity. I can only expect it would be so much harder for a parent who raised their kid as one sex only to now have the other gender. What. I believe I would have a really hard time letting go of the fact that I birthed a girl and now have a boy. It would take me time to adjust. So, while I believe you should do the above, I am also thinking that if you or anyone needs it, maybe a support group could really be helpful.


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