I did this with my ex who cheated on me; I told her he was just using her for sex as a rebound and indeed he was. He left her within a week after he'd slept with her.
I haven't felt the need with my abusive ex because he hasn't had a girlfriend since me but I'm pretty sure I would. I did worry about it not long after leaving him. I really didn't want another girl to get as fucked up and heart broken as I did.
If you have told your ex's new partner, what happened and how did they take it? Did they not believe you or consider what you were saying?
- YesVote A
- NoVote B
- I've followed through with the urge and told my ex's new partner (Explain)Vote C
- I let their new partner find out for themselves.Vote D
- See answers.Vote E
Most Helpful Guy
I leave it be. It is the healthy choice to let others make their own choices and mistakes. It is unhealthy to hold onto the past and to use your resources to warn others.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
I disagree with "Anonymous"
I can somehow understand where she is coming from, but if I was in an abusive relationship and my ex gotten a new girlfriend. I would want to "warn" her, not necessarly going into depth about our relationship, but mention it. Its up to her what she does with the information, if she doesn't believe it, thats fine but at least she will respond much quicker to "signs". Abusive people don't change their life around that fast.
I had a friend who was in an abusive relationship, basically everything was her fault it was never his... It never got physical that he directly hit her, but his temper one day did get my friend a wound0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE