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Ok... first off im a professional like you... a doctor & the grown up thing to do would be to move, block all contact & move on.
Ive been deceived, lied to & manipulated & feel as anyone would do horrified in what theyve done... i feel unsafe in my own home... scared that im going to bump into them ... particularly with her new lover knowing what i know!!
So what to i hope to achieve by writing a letter is to have my closure... to relay how disgusted i am in the both of them for not giving the space anyone would deserve.... for evading my personal space & my home... for forcing me to move to get that distance to move on in my life from the conflicting messages... in essence i want to put my feelings down on paper but am scared to do so as im not sure if i can get into trouble by doing so... if i tell someone they are a cheat, manipulator & lier is that going to get me into jot water if its a personal letter?
I know that what im dealing with is a psychopath of a high functioning nature which leaves a bitter bitter taste... moving opposite me (directly) was not a mistake but chosen to hurt & disorientate & to make me feel uncomfortable & essentially move because thats how their minds work once they have moved on & triangulated.
Of the whole of london ... & moves opposite & i cant protect myself or have freedom of speech because the law protects them.
Your answer clarifies what i thought & what i have read so thank you...
I save lives & the law protects the insane
Yes, of course you are. She is exactly the type of person that will start phoning the police and making wildly exaggerated allegations or true allegations of a very trivial nature. She is what is know at the Bar as a vexatious accuser. You will find a very interesting article on the point here http://www.1itl.com/news/270/ Welcome to my world! The law protects the person who calls the police first on the whole. That isn't anything like the same thing as being the victim. The question though is whether you are going to play into her hands or to play your hand more carefully.