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My girlfriend has lied to me before and just did it again what can I do?

we have been together for years, she lied to me about two years, I found some weird messages on her phone, she was basically cheating on me through text, I dont know if she got to do anything else in person, but the point is, I was going to leave her and she refused to let me and said she would prove to me that she would change, I asked her to stop contacting the dude she was messaging and delete him from facebook etc, those were my conditions, she agreed, well after a week of that happening, I found a fake facebook she had made, and she had the dude there and again we had the same argument, I gave her another chance. Now after two years, I just recently asked her if she had talked to that guy or anything like that and she said no way, well just now i looked at her facebook and after so long, she has him as her friend again. If she don't talk to him then why have him as a friend right, she obviously talks to him. I don't know what to tell her, I know you might say i cant control her, and that is correct, but i feel she is disrespecting out relationship, it shows she does not care about me. we just recently started to get along so well, we got closer and now this. why? should I tell her or do the same or worse to her? how can I make her understand that I should be appreciated? oh, and one more thing, another dude she had agreed to not talk to, she is now liking his pictures, I mean its not a big deal liking a picture, but she had done something very bad in my eyes with him, she basically slept over his place about a year ago, she told me they only talked and drank two beers, I know i am stupid for letting this go by but, man this is not good, what can i do? how can i make her feel the worse, but in a way so that she can appreciate me?

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Brother follow ur heart

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ignore her for some time and let her know what she did

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