The fluffiest of pop songs can attach itself to a specific event in your mind, suddenly flooding you with memories whenever you hear the tune. In this respect, relationships and breakups are a lot like records, with each memory forming a groove into your mind. Even if you’re mostly over a separation, seeing your ex move on with someone new can be confusing — especially if you haven’t been as lucky in love since the two of you split. Peering into a future that you no longer have with them, a future he or she is now sharing with someone else, can be painful. A part of you knows you weren’t right for each other anyway, but there’s another part that’s stuck on a numb feeling, like a broken record. But without the rest of the melody to frame it, that feeling has no meaning. Remember that it’s just a dull reminder of your past. Here exclusive ways to handle your Ex moving on…
1. Don’t Torture Yourself
For some reason, we like to cause ourselves pain, which is incredibly unhealthy. So even though you have the urge to look through his Facebook photos to see all of his new pictures with his girlfriend, resist clicking on his page. What good will seeing him kiss her do? It’ll only make you more upset, so avoid stalking him.