Posted by MareInfamePosted by Pari23Posted by MareInfame
I don’t know if it was obsession or just extreme reactions, but I think it happened to me twice.
1. My Aries friend and I were going to this gala Persian party (she was Persian), we got ready at her house and her older brother (Scorpio)was picking us up and taking us.
He was hugging her as I went down the stairs and we stared at each other the entire time I went down... until I got close and said hello.
He drove us and while at the party, pretty much took care of me and didn’t leave my side. He was VERY handsome, charming, social, introduced me to everyone, stylish and smelled delicious... danced with me and was a great dancer - just great company. My Aries friend was more independent so, she was unaware we spent the whole time together.
When we got home, he didn’t want to leave me, so asked if I wanted to go outside for a bit longer and we laid on top of his car and gazed at the stars. He didn’t kiss me because he was engaged to be married.
A few days later I called my Aries friend and she ended up avoiding me for almost two weeks. Then she finally called me and told me hell had broke loose at her home, because her Scorpio brother had announced he was breaking off engagement because he wanted to marry me (I only hung out with him for 1 NIGHT).
I was shocked and overwhelmed by the news and everyone in her family was upset... saying I cast a spell on him 🙄. She told me he had managed to get into her phone to get my number and she begged me to reject him if he called.
He called and I didn’t reject him... but I did express that I didn’t want to get in the way and it was best if we kept our distance.
I lost my Aries friend because of this... she never spoke to me again. The whole thing was just too dramatic 😔
2. He was my ex and as soon as he became my ex, he stalked me for a year until I caught him red-handed and he was so embarrassed, he stopped.
why he was your ex? Why you both brokeup?
In a nutshell, I would say the root cause was: expectations.
Our official relationship was actually the shortest I had ever had.
-He courted me for a year.
-We were official for a month (I broke up with him).
-He stalked me (phone calls driving by my house and harassments) for a year after we broke up.
The moment I met him, I had the strongest sexual chemistry I had ever felt. It was mind blowing. We worked in same company, and he worked with my department a lot... so he would come and visit. The starring between us would heat up the room; and me too. I loved every minute of it.
Slowly but surely he came and approached me, did subtle things to show interest, asked specifically for me to work on his projects... i was in heaven with him.
He had perfect amount of masculinity, at work was exceptionally revered (had his own engineering stamp but was project manager and had just passed bar exam; super smart ambitious, attractive (tall, dark, and handsome), athletic (active hockey player)... and had similar background (a bit traditional but had a sexual vibe that promised he wouldn’t be boring and knew his way with women). And we were very in sync... I felt exactly when he would come and visit. I would catch his eyes and face before he would enter the room!! It would make him laugh so much!
He was also romantic (valentines he had flowers sent to my desk with a very well written thoughtful letter, but another guy (Libra from another department) also sent flowers to me with a card, so that is when he sped up and made moves to be more official.
All this for a whole year... I thought he was my man. So perfect for me and I envisioned us having sex non stop. I was so excited for that moment.
But as soon as we became official, he started interrogating me. Pushing me to wear more conservative clothing (I am fashionable, but never inappropriate, especially for work). Would judge me for talking to other guys (even my guy buddies from work). As soon as we became official, he started showing a part of himself that I hadn’t seen before and that felt oppressive, unfair, judgmental and limiting to me. I would get excited to see him, but after seeing him, I would feel annoyed, need to defend my actions, not happy or motivated... like he was trying to make me feel like butter. I had never had anyone try to do that to me (and I had dated other Scorpios that were not that way at all... they were uplifting).
So, my self confidence was very healthy and I was getting annoyed by seeing him, to the point that I would avoid him. And then I broke up with him.
He was Italian, and sometimes they have this Madonna-just like me complex... I saw it clearly with him.
Anyway, he was also someone that always got what he wanted... so, me breaking up with him was very shocking to him. He knew I was REALLY attracted to him... ready to jump him. So, to have it go from one extreme to the other in such a short amount of time was unimaginable to him. Maybe that is what led him to get a bit obsessed and start stalking.
We didn’t tell any of our coworkers about our relationship... so he had to keep the secret.click to expand