Face it, once we fully let go of an ex, we come to learn what we liked and didn’t like, the habits we couldn’t stand and we eventually add them to our “standards” or our “do’s and don’ts” lists when it comes to dating.
You’re allowed to be cautious. But don’t overdo it.
My realist brain told me if I was not going to marry you, why were we trying to stay together? Why date at all if you do not see a future? My realist brain tried to make sense of the mess we had gotten ourselves into.
Don’t let your ex poison you.
She hates your compliments.
We’ve all been there and regretted it. Don’t message them back. Got it?
When you fall in love again, I hope that she will think twice before saying goodbye.
At first, you will try to rekindle the dying embers, piece the relationship back together, and save it from going completely downhill. You will convince yourself that what you have with them is worth fighting and staying for.
You will look through your Facebook friend list, looking for a friend you feel trusted enough to tell things to but then realize all of them are not really homo-friendly.
I feel jealous whenever my friends run into you around town — always wishing I was there to see how you are, hoping you’ll realize that you’re over me. I miss us as friends.