Ex is dating someone new

But this I can guarantee: the less you know, the better.You are powerless over their relationship, so why keep beating yourself up by obsessing over what you can’t change? Remove the temptation to stalk by blocking both of them as soon as possible.Again, this is understandable because of the huge sense of betrayal we feel at how quickly our ex appears to have moved on from us.But, similar to the above, this never makes you feel (or look) any better – if anything, it shows your ex how hung up on them you still are, and – let’s be honest – we all want our ex to believe we’re holding it together (even if we aren’t).This one’s a daily battle for us at the best of times but stalking online MUST be avoided at all costs – it really is that damaging.Social media has become the world’s most socially accepted addiction these days, and as a result, it has some nasty consequences (especially if you’re using it to stalk your ex and their new beau).We’ve all been there – losing every ounce of our grace and dignity at the mere thought of our former lover with someone else.

The only person who needs to know how hurt you feel is you.If you’re ever in the same position yourself I suggest you give them a go – they really do help get you through this horrible period!This may sound obvious but I can’t tell you the number of girls who’ve called/text/social-trolled me when they found out I was now dating their ex. At best, they might apologise (although it’s not really their duty to – and it does little to lessen the pain anyway).Right now, you’re feeling incredibly raw and your emotions and modes of expression are going to be much more extreme than usual.Tell yourself that you can send the email to your ex in a month’s time – and I can almost guarantee that by the time a month rolls around and you re-read it, you’ll cringe and wince and be over the moon that you didn’t send it out of impulse.

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