When your ex is dating someone new
Learning the details will only increase your queasiness.
Cultivating a 'c'est la vie' attitude toward life can help you to move through this painful situation.
Whether the divorce was your idea or your spouse’s, most people find themselves experiencing negative emotions when their ex-spouse starts dating again. Here are 6 tips that will help you process those negative emotions: 1. You spent a large part of your life with this person, and during the years you were together, dating and married, you came to think of that person as YOUR significant other.
These are common questions you may ask yourself when your ex-spouse starts dating again.
Of course, everything that follows is subject to change based on the relationship you and your ex had, when you broke up, why you broke up, etc.If they’ve been in the relationship for a few months or less, then it’s probably a rebound and it will end soon.On the other hand, if their relationship has been going on for over a year, then you can safely assume that the relationship is serious for them and it’s probably not a rebound.You can’t believe that they’ve moved on so fast, so you consult your friend, search the Internet and everyone seems to say the same thing. The new guy/girl seems completely opposite of you and yet your ex seems committed to make this relationship work.You are confused because everyone seems to be telling you it’s a rebound relationship while your instincts tell you that your ex has moved on.
But when your mind starts wondering whether or not it’s a rebound, you can drive yourself crazy analyzing their behavior and obsessing over every little detail about their new relationship.