My ex husband dating someone else

However, that feeling of jealousy or envy may not be about wanting to reconcile with your ex but rather about wanting to be in an intimate relationship.You may be feeling jealous of what you see your ex now enjoying.You might have starred in your own epic romance novel inside of your head, subconsciously convincing yourself that maybe, just maybe, those drunken hook-ups and late-night conversations meant the two of you were holding out for each other in the name of a grand love story.All of that was crushed when it became clear your ex wasn't holding out for you at all.Every single aspect of the relationship is coming to an end.

It’s only natural to experience some emotions when you see your ex with someone new.Eventually, you start talking to your ex more frequently.You might start drunk texting each other and flirting, which might lead to meeting up late at night and having the infamous, you-swore-you'd-never-do-it breakup sex.It's not only unfair to you and your ex, but it's unfair to that new person to continue keeping, um, like you were before. You also don't want the new person getting suspicious of you, so you just act like another person your ex knows (even though this won't work because the new person has probably stalked you to death and knows everything about you anyway -- but that's another story).You wave from afar, minimize giggling and refrain from having casual texting conversations.

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