Watching your ex change his status from “in a relationship” to “single” can hurt almost as much as the words he spoke (or texted) to you to break up in the first place. Many women, and plenty of men, find themselves unable to stop checking their ex’s Facebook page, even when it results in pain, tears and very little sleep. Remember, his Facebook profile is a character, and not a true reflection of his current state
Day: January 31, 2020
Relationships allow us to grow: they are HOW we grow. But in the midst of this confusion, we feel anxious and torn. We think, “I must be pretty shallow to love two different people at the same time.” We have trouble being truly present with either person – because our inner critic screams that we’re doing something wrong – or just being wrong.
Sometimes, you need to clear the air and get things off your chest to improve situations and redirect the relationship in a better direction. Flexibility, compromise, understanding and respect are all components of a good romance and both of you need to adjust to meet the important needs of the other, so that resentment and frustration do not become the foundation of your relationship.