One woman revealed how she became a detective and found that a man she'd spent the weekend with and texted her turned out to be a married father of two
Evangeline Grace, who is believed to be from the United States, wrote on Mamamia meeting Damon outside a nightclub on a Friday night, and after spending the weekend together he called her his girlfriend on Sunday.
But after that she didn't see him again for two months. During this time, he ignored her calls or texted her sporadically, claiming he was busy.
When he finally showed up at her apartment two months later, he claimed his father had died, but she got suspicious when she received a phone call from & # 39; Dad & # 39; saw on his cell phone.
The next day, she followed him home from work and saw his daughter run out to greet him while his wife stood in the doorway with a baby.
The commentators weren't entirely personable, however, and many wondered why she was putting so much energy into something that was little more than a weekend long.
US blogger Evangeline announced that she once spent months in a relationship with a man who hid the fact that he was a married father of two. Pictured, archive image
Evangeline announced that she met Damon on a Friday night and they spent a passionate weekend together taking turns having sex and watching movies. He cooked for her while she washed his clothes.
"On Sunday he called me his girlfriend, and the title made my chest swell with pride."
But on Monday morning he was reluctant to make plans for her to come to see him that evening and seemed reluctant to share information about where he worked.
While Damon was in the bathroom, Evangeline took the opportunity to look in his wallet for a business card that contained different information about his place of work than what he had disclosed.
She wrote: "Maybe these are old business cards," I said to myself. "Maybe the information on them is out of date."
He left with a promise to call her soon, but he dropped the radar and only texted her once a week to say he was busy and that he missed her.
Evangeline (pictured) discovered where Damon worked by taking a business card out of his wallet
Evangeline added that she spent the next two months doubtful, obsessing about waiting for Damon to call.
A few days after the New Year, the blogger was shocked to find Damon on her doorstep explaining that he had distanced himself over mourning his father's death.
Evangeline continued, “We were having dinner inside later when Damon's phone buzzed. He shielded the screen with one hand, but not until I got a glimpse of it the caller was a contact stored as "Dad".
She went on to say that she asked a red-faced Damon for answers to his allegedly dead father's call, but he chose to leave without explanation – before blocking her number.
Armed with the business card from their first night together, Evangeline went to Damon's workspace and waited for him to leave the building.
She secretly followed him to his house, where she soon discovered that he had a wife and at least two children – which, in her opinion, gave her some kind of closure.
The beginners weren't entirely supportive as some claimed Evangeline's actions were "creepy" because she had only spent a short time with Damon
The blogger, who has almost 2,000 followers on Medium, admitted that her handling of the situation was "questionable".
But she said she would have struggled to let go of the relationship if she believed there was an innocent explanation for Damon's behavior.
She wrote, "After seeing Damon's family with my own eyes, I was able to calm any hope of a relationship with him."
However, she received a backlash in the comments on Mamamia and Medium, which is where her account was also posted.
“You wait outside his work and home, effectively invading his family's privacy. That's actually pretty scary, ”wrote one.
Another said they would have understood if the relationship had continued, but could not fathom their actions after "two months of being untied".
A third wrote, "Wait, so you spied on a one (two) night stand for a couple of days?"
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