The woman I've lost isn't my ex wife, it's the one I want to be with now. Not yours. Hey Kevin, My ex and i were together for 2 years and we have recently broke up, we got into a very bad argument because she was trying to friendzone me against my will, so i stopped speaking for at least 2 and half weeks, i started to miss her so i reached out and she didnt respond, i waited about another week and called her and she finally answered, she told me she has someone else her in her life so that caused us to get into another argument, so far i dipped back into a no contact and i am attempting to work on myself. Avoid getting needy or insecure and projecting these feelings to your ex, because it would only push her away. She says I'm most likely very correct. She was going out every night having fun with her new guy, getting to experience the things she never got with me for a while.
In all those 5 years we broke up several times because i cheated on her and didn't took her for granted.
What It's Like When Your Ex Dates Someone Who's Everything You're Not
Please help me. Distract yourself with fun activities. I loved him, supported him, acquiesced to his needs and lack of communication. Since both of you are in official relationships at this point, it wouldn't be recommended for either of you to go behind your partner's backs and involve yourself with another person even if that person is your ex. So proud of you. Based on Kevin's email, just because someone may think of you or even miss you, does not mean that they will react positively towards you still because these thoughts of you may come in waves but their logical selves tell them not to act upon it. Comparing yourself to your ex's new partner, whether to wonder if they're better than you or to wonder if they're similar to you, will lead you down the wrong line of reasoning.