By now, I'm sure you know how the dating scene goes—and if your track record is anything like mine, it's the equivalent of being stuck in a never-ending Tay Swift breakup song. So if you are currently riding that heartbreak struggle bus right now, it can be hard to see things beyond the tears and pain. We get it, girl!
We wear the same style of clothing and have the same hairstyle and facial shape. It makes me feel like he was just dating me to fulfill some fantasy. When I saw who he was dating, I realized that the only thing I was to him was a real-life version of whatever cartoon character he was in love with as a kid.
There are so many reasons why someone might seem to still have feelings for their ex. And not all of them are romantic or threatening to your relationship. If your partner still talks to their exmentions them, or follows them on social media, it could just be their way of moving on, recovering, letting go of baggage — or just being friendly.
Like, same hair, same nose, same everything. It was SO awkward last time I saw him which was this past december btw! Has anyone ever dealt with this?
My question is this: is it wrong to date someone who is extremely similar, on paper, to the last person you dated? I think this new girl is the recipient of feelings I developed for the last one. And when we look back on our lives, we can see patterns in our choices in partners.
My question is: Can I ask my ex if she is seeing someone else and if she is, what. My ex even had me. It's not like dating someone brand new.
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Sometimes your partner could be holding onto feelings for their ex. Shutterstock The idea that your partner might not be over their ex isn't exactly one that most people would want to think much about. And once you see them clearly, it might be difficult for you to continue to move forward pretending that you don't.
Ending a relationship usually isn't easy. You might have doubts about whether or not it's the right thing to do if you're the one ending things, and if you're the one being broken up with, you might feel blindsided. There are a lot of emotions that go along with a breakup, and they're all totally valid.