Facebook and the No Contact Rule?

So definitely direct contact is a big no no after a break up but if you find yourself taking a quick peak at your ex's Facebook page (or any social media account) does that count as breaking the No Contact rule?


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  • Because the no contact rule is implied to be for your benefit, you may want to consider it as breaking the no contact rule. Honestly though, as long as you have put it aside and it hasn't set you back too terribly, you are not breaking the contact rule at all. If you find yourself looking at your ex's page towards the end of your 30 days, I would say that you need to set more time aside for yourself to become more independent of him. Looking at a Facebook profile definitely doesn't do any good for you, so try to do it minimally, if at all.

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What Guys Said 2

  • Not breaking that rule, but you're defeating the purpose behind it.

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  • Rules are meant to be broken

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What Girls Said 2

  • No, it doesn't break the NC rule, but I still don't think you should be checking FB. The best way to get over someone is avoid them at all costs and think / do other things to keep yourself occupied.

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  • If you don't say anything that's not breaking no contact, that's just lurking

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