While men can still offer input, if your view conflicts with a woman's, we ask that you do not downvote or invalidate her response. Have you had an ex move on really quickly after your break up? How did it make you feel? Made me feel like he never really gave a damn in the first place. Which I guess was kind of the case, since he'd been sleeping with her for the entirety of our relationship. Broke up with my boyfriend of 3 years about 4 months ago. Within a month he had a new girlfriend - after saying he didn't have time for one when we broke up - and they've just gone on holiday overseas together.
It feels pretty shitty. It don't know if it's a rebound, or whether I ever really mattered to him at all. On bad days, I think the latter. We had a lot of issues but had always worked through them before, but this time he threw in the towel and left me. Whilst I was a dribbling mess of grief and confusion for many, many months, he had a new girlfriend within 2 weeks of the breakup.
This was nearly 4 years ago now, and they're still together. At the time it was fucking brutal, but now I couldn't care less about either of them, life is so much better without him: Everyone moves on in their own way, and depending on the relationship I've often found casually dating a great way to remember that there are great people out there and I'm not going to be sad forever when I think about my ex. I imagine it looks pretty much like I never cared, but I've been on the other end and managed to be happy for an ex who moved on really quickly.
No point holding onto negative feelings when it just wasn't working for whatever reason! It made me feel not so great -- like I was expendable, and it made me second-guess a lot of things. I eventually reached a point where I realized that it didn't matter to me; that the end result was still the same, and I couldn't keep wasting my own time and energy on someone who had moved on.
It was pretty amazing. It wasn't only the speed that was upsetting. I worked in an office overlooking the campus cafeteria, and 3 months after the breakup, he decides to sit in the booth directly in front of my office with his new girlfriend. He proceeds to make out with her. I move so that a sign in between us blocks out the sight.
He actually had this poor girl get up, move to another booth in front of me, before making out again. I don't think she ever had a clue who I was or what he was pulling. Forever Alone is not something you achieve, its something you use to describe yourself. Do not post inflammatory comments or threads designed to generalize, demean, insult or otherwise degrade an entire group of people race, gender, sexual orientation, religion etc.
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Faces added for comments can be seen here. Just found out my ex is dating someone new. This is how I feel. Here is my 2 cents, and I hope you don't take it in a bad way. I mean it in the nicest way possible. It sounds like you still have feelings for your ex, and this is natural. These feelings and memories are not things that should be buried or forgotten, and I understand that. It sucks, I know. But think about it this way; if you like your ex that much, wouldn't you want your ex to be happy?
If that happiness means your absence, do you like your ex enough to let them go on their own path? Your mental and emotional health isn't their responsibility when the relationship is over. Some people have casual relationships when they get out of a relationship, that doesn't necessarily hurt them. And some people make mistakes - it's their choice and their freedom to do that, and they're welcome to repeat it even. It's not fun knowing, but one should be focusing on themselves and moving on anyway - so if it hurts, that's another indication to stop worrying about it, because it's doing nothing for you, you know?
Idk, I'm a terrible person. I've hooked up the next day after breaking up with someone. So for me to say, you can't see anyone, would be mad hypocritical. I agree with the idea that if they're in a serious relationship with someone else immediately after we break up that it's a sign that things were never going to work out for us long term. Of course, since we're already broken up in this scenario, I probably already figured that out.
I guess depends on the breakup circumstances but I'll go ahead and say I wouldn't care if she immediately started seeing another guy. The honest answer is I'd be okay if I found a way to move on before she saw someone else. If she found someone else first like my most recent ex then it kind of sucks, but it doesn't make her wrong or a bad person depending on the scenario of the breakup, etc. I have the feeling that most of the answers here are from die hard millennials who haven't quite figured things out yet.
I would say that a lot of it depends on who broke up the relationship. However, if you are the one being dumped, it is more likely that seeing your ex out with another person soon after is not going to leave a pleasant feeling in your stomach. The only time it did bother me was when a girl I was with for 3 years who I got with about 2 months after she ended a different 3 year relationship said she needed to take some time for herself and be single for at least a year, then was with another dude 3 weeks later.
We were already breaking up. Is not kinda of a back up, a lot people have best friends and they relay on them for a lot of things. I guess I'm fine with my ex seeing someone else after I don't know a month probably: Really, I wouldn't be that disappointed if she was lonely and miserable for the rest of her life.
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