Woman says she was dumped after date googled what her medication was for

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By stefan armitage

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A woman has taken to social media to reveal that she was dumped by her date after he googled the medication he found in her bathroom.

Taking to TikTok last week, Chloe - who uses the handle @bitchcraft444 on the platform - revealed the super invasive action a guy she was dating had taken against her, as well as his appalling response.

Sharing a series of text messages between herself and the guy, it all starts innocently enough as she asks him how his evening had been.

However, as she states in her caption, she didn't even receive a "good morning" in return. Instead, he revealed that he had spotted Chloe's medication in her bathroom and researched what it was for.

Check out Chloe's first video below:

His first message read: "Hey not to be rude and this is super awkward for me... the other night was fun but I googled those tablets you left on your bathroom sink (super invasive of me I know) and it said they were anti psychotics.... you're not mentally ill are you? Just a turn off and I wouldn't wanna go further if so".

To which, Chloe responded: "You googled my pills?"

"Yeah. Didn't wanna end up [talking] to another crazy chick and turns out you are," he writes. "Couldn't even answer my question on whether you have a mental illness [...] Obviously some gaslighting s**t right there. Goodbye Chloe"

Before we go any further, let's just reiterate that mental health conditions are super common, with the CDC stating that 1-in-2 people will be diagnosed with a mental health condition at some point in their life. Additionally, 1-in-5 Americans will experience a mental illness over the course of any given year.

With that being said, there is absolutely nothing to be ashamed of when it comes to mental health, and the more we can openly discuss mental health conditions, the faster we can all help to break down stereotypes, aid recovery, and destroy the stigma surrounding an issue that affects so many of us.

After sharing her interaction with the guy on TikTok, Chloe's video amassed more than 7.5 million views. In fact, in a follow-up post, Chloe revealed that the guy had actually seen her first video, and messaged her: "Posting me on [your TikTok] now lol. Grow up."

The post also received more than 18,000 comments, with many fellow TikTokers rallying to support Chloe, and letting her know that she had indeed "dodged a bullet".

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"Tell them that being judged by someone who violates people’s privacy is a turn off to you. So it works out great that you never have to see them again," one person replied.

Another added: "The universe was doing you a favor on this one bestie".

Couldn't agree more! Chloe dodged a huge bullet with this one!

Featured image credit: Wachiwit / Alamy

Woman says she was dumped after date googled what her medication was for

vt-author-image

By stefan armitage

Article saved!Article saved!

A woman has taken to social media to reveal that she was dumped by her date after he googled the medication he found in her bathroom.

Taking to TikTok last week, Chloe - who uses the handle @bitchcraft444 on the platform - revealed the super invasive action a guy she was dating had taken against her, as well as his appalling response.

Sharing a series of text messages between herself and the guy, it all starts innocently enough as she asks him how his evening had been.

However, as she states in her caption, she didn't even receive a "good morning" in return. Instead, he revealed that he had spotted Chloe's medication in her bathroom and researched what it was for.

Check out Chloe's first video below:

His first message read: "Hey not to be rude and this is super awkward for me... the other night was fun but I googled those tablets you left on your bathroom sink (super invasive of me I know) and it said they were anti psychotics.... you're not mentally ill are you? Just a turn off and I wouldn't wanna go further if so".

To which, Chloe responded: "You googled my pills?"

"Yeah. Didn't wanna end up [talking] to another crazy chick and turns out you are," he writes. "Couldn't even answer my question on whether you have a mental illness [...] Obviously some gaslighting s**t right there. Goodbye Chloe"

Before we go any further, let's just reiterate that mental health conditions are super common, with the CDC stating that 1-in-2 people will be diagnosed with a mental health condition at some point in their life. Additionally, 1-in-5 Americans will experience a mental illness over the course of any given year.

With that being said, there is absolutely nothing to be ashamed of when it comes to mental health, and the more we can openly discuss mental health conditions, the faster we can all help to break down stereotypes, aid recovery, and destroy the stigma surrounding an issue that affects so many of us.

After sharing her interaction with the guy on TikTok, Chloe's video amassed more than 7.5 million views. In fact, in a follow-up post, Chloe revealed that the guy had actually seen her first video, and messaged her: "Posting me on [your TikTok] now lol. Grow up."

The post also received more than 18,000 comments, with many fellow TikTokers rallying to support Chloe, and letting her know that she had indeed "dodged a bullet".

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"Tell them that being judged by someone who violates people’s privacy is a turn off to you. So it works out great that you never have to see them again," one person replied.

Another added: "The universe was doing you a favor on this one bestie".

Couldn't agree more! Chloe dodged a huge bullet with this one!

Featured image credit: Wachiwit / Alamy