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My boyfriend posted my nude pictures because I cheated on him. He doesn't want me back. Is there a chance?

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Last Updated: 09/22/2020 at 5:34pm
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July 17th, 2018 10:05am
Posting nude photos of someone without their consent is not only a serious crime, but also a malicious, and spiteful thing to do to someone. Even if he is much kinder in other situations, what a person does when they are angry or upset is indicative of what they will do in the future when angry or upset. Someone who violates your boundaries intentionally is someone whos place in your life might need a bit of re-evaluation.
July 7th, 2020 5:46am
Posting nude picture of someone without their consent is a crime, and I strongly suggest you contact your local authorities and/or take legal action. It can be very harmful for you to be around someone with that level of toxicity. I suggest that you do not attempt to get back together with him, as you could not only be harming yourself, but also be leading to more pain in the far future. It is best to take legal action, then attempt to completely cut him off from your life. You making a mistake of being unfaithful is no reason for him to post something as private as nude pictures of you.
September 15th, 2020 4:16pm
There will be right or enough reason to cheat. If you do not feel happy anymore nor feel contented, then leave. No one deserves to be cheated. Cheating cause emotional and mental issues. It makes someone question their worth, if that is what they deserve. Cheating destroys a person completely. But I also disagree on how your boyfriend took his revenge. You guys do not have respect for each other. No matter what reasons you has that made you cheat on him would never be valid, and for him posting your nudes he can actually be sued for it. Before doing or committing something always think of other people. You should know how to respect before other people respect you back.
September 22nd, 2020 5:34pm
Please remember your value. and don't let anyone, specially him guilt you into shame for those pictures. You shared intimate pictures with someone you trusted. He violated that trust. To protect yourself, look up the laws for "revenge porn" from your state. Show him the information and ask him to delete all pictures. If he persists, file a lawsuit. Overall honey, a trust like that and actions like those demonstrate that he has acted in a way that shows he doesn't care about you or your value. HOwever, you put your head up, way up and show him that he can't make you feel defenseless.