Then there’s this period where you just feel numb and find yourself staring at inanimate objects, having really cliché, intro-to-philosophy-type thoughts like, “What is happiness, anyway?
” Eventually, after you’ve regained at least some of your dignity, you enter the classic “I’ll show them! This is when your brain tries to trick your heart into thinking that you’ve moved on, and you suddenly have tons of energy for things you’ve never cared about before, like alphabetizing your bookshelves and figuring out what the best food podcasts are, even though you never cook and literally don’t own a single pan.
As much as your boyfriend may convince you otherwise, there’s just no reason why exes have to stay friends or keep in touch with each other often.
Without a second though, she clicked on it, and there this former flame was: the woman her boyfriend had dated for two years; the woman his family was still a big fan of; the woman he claimed did him oh so dirty.
There she was, in countless photos, cheesing it up.
While trying to use his laptop to pay a bill one day, she typed in the letter ‘f’.
One of the first things to come up was a Facebook link followed by the name of his ex.
You can't beat that green-eyed monster from showing up every time your boyfriend mentions his ex's name (intentionally or not). Being in a new relationship can be happy and scary all at the same time.
This can happen once, twice, or maybe, even more, times than you can remember; but, one thing is for sure, you can't allow this to go any further. You get to find that new guy in your life who can be your knight in shining armor, the dashing prince that sweeps you off your feet - all your hopeless romantic bliss coming to life.
Almost all the time, exes have a way of squirming into a new relationship and messing it up.
Now we can’t really tell if it’s intentional or not.
She and her boyfriend have been dating for almost a year now and they seem to be going strong.