Fatheroffour wrote:You've already run from the home. Why wouldn't you change your phone number?
FFR, get a Google Voice number and use it from now one.
BartSimpson wrote:Google voice was invented for handling NJ's and bill collectors.
Change your number, and get Google Voice. Guess which number you give out.
Please do not rely on "hints" - every single thing you do should indicate it's over.
And please tell me you are not posting on Facebook.
FOF is right on track with google voice. I set a number when my debacle was in full swing and it was and remains extremely helpfull in managing the communications. Look it up, read the.capabilities and you find it has many helpfull capabilities, like individual blocking or straight to vm....
BartSimpson wrote:You can start today by telling her that you changed cell carriers and have a new number - the existing Google Voice number. Turn off your phone and get a burner phone for a week and see if she takes to the program.
I see no harm in actually changing your number, a cleansing of the prior life, but not ever giving your cell number out; Google voice can be entirely the last phone number you ever have. Ask yourself who is calling you? After this beautiful relationship, my guess is you don't have many friends anymore.
Programming Google Voice is like email - if you're having problems, post questions in the Tech forum and one of these Dad's here can get their 8 year old kid to help you.
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