It is tough if you are still hurting from the break up, but you need to wake up and look at things with right perspective.
The following will sort out your confusion, read on.
Ideally, until we meet someone wonderful we can plaster all over social media, too.
You can only get to know so much about her from Facebook.
If it works out fine; if not at least you tried and now you know that you can move on. Look at things in perspective You have to consider the fact that your ex may be using you, maybe he is still friends with you with the hope that if things do not work out in the new relationship, they can always come back to you.
Don't let them take you for granted and take a stand, if you want your ex back and not the other way round.
The following are some tips to help you avoid a post-breakup backslide into your ex’s arms, and instead ease you into your happily ever after future: Create new Boundaries Your best defense after a breakup? That means no phone calls, no e-mails, no texting, and definitely no late-night visits. That means it’s time to “ex-tricate” him or her from your life. You just have to create special new boundaries, only dealing with and talking to your ex when absolutely necessary about your common interests, i.e., the children, business, work. And in the era of social networking sites and You Tube, it’s all too easy to go online and spew in front of millions of readers/viewers. By going online and bashing your ex on your blog, via video diary, or to everyone in your social network, you are inviting bad breakup karma into your life. Handle the Dreaded Run-in with Class While it would be fabulous if your ex could be automatically ejected from the planet following the breakup, that technology has yet to be invented.
Now, this is usually a fact of life that is relatively easy to accept — except when When your ex starts dating someone new, things can get uncomfortable pretty quickly.
A word of warning when you’re in post-breakup mourning: DO NOT seek comfort in the arms of your ex. Instead, recruit a support system from your inner circle of friends, preferably friends who have your best interests at heart and won’t report back to your ex on your progress and setbacks. Then shut the door on any and all opportunities to help each other heal following the breakup.
Just as you deserve to heal and move on, so does your ex. Avoid Being Each Other’s Crutch You loved, you lost, you’re now in mourning. If your ex calls, emails, texts, or stops by seeking comfort for his broken heart? Instead, kindly but firmly let him know that you are no longer his go-to support system.
You have learned to work on yourself, you have built a strong support system around you and you have discovered you are better because of it all. But then you find out that your abusive ex is dating again.
They have their hooks in a new person, and you have no idea what to do.