Not over ex dating someone new updating data in a linked table

Besides, you can always reconnect with your mutual friends further down the line when you’re in a better place (or even a new relationship) yourself.5) DON’T CREATE A SCENE WHEN YOU BUMP INTO THEMI’m the first to admit that I’m a bit of a drama queen – always have been, and probably always will be.Below is a list of 5 things I committed to NOT doing after I found out my ex was in a new relationship. At best, they might apologise (although it’s not really their duty to – and it does little to lessen the pain anyway).Because when it comes to break-ups, we tend to regret what we do more than what we didn’t. At worst, you’ll get branded by as ‘the psycho ex-girlfriend’.If you’re ever in the same position yourself I suggest you give them a go - they really do help get you through this horrible period: 1) DON’T CONTACT THE NEW LOVER This may sound obvious, but I can’t tell you the number of girls who’ve called/ text/ social-trolled me when they found out I was now dating their ex. It’s unfair (not to mention a bit sexist), but I’ve seen this scenario play out enough times now to know it just isn’t worth the hassle.Unless the new squeeze happens to be one of your best friends, they really aren’t your business.

At times like these, it really does pay off to keep things as simple and clean as possible.

So, bumping in to an ex (with or without his new girlfriend) was always going to involve drama in one way or another.

Whether that was crying in a corner all night, flirting with other boys right in front of them or making a dramatic exit, subtlety was not my forte.

Is what my friend Becky text her ex after learning he was in a new relationship just a few short weeks after they’d broken up.

But, to be fair, that was a damn sight more sophisticated than when I was in a similar situation in my late teens, and found myself outside my ex’s parent’s house at 3am on my hands and knees, screaming bloody murder.

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