I just heard this from a female friend.
I wouldn't take it as general rule especially coming from her. :)
But it stuck with me because there was this girl in my life and I loved her like no other so far.
Yet after it fell apart, I couldn't pretend to be friends, it hurt to stand around her and though we would say hi to each other we haven't talked ever since, simply walked past one another.
She even turned her back on me several times, like there was some frustrations there.
So do you think that people you end up acting like you don't know or ignore after you break up are the ones you loved the most?
Most Helpful Girl
whaaaat? Total opposite for me.
If I love you a lot, I'm going to have a hard time shutting up post-breakup. Usualy because I want, more than anything, to resolve things. Not so much to get closure, but just to talk it out and come to a resolution so that I don't have to let go. (That's just based on what has occurred, or started to, when I so much as thought about possibly breaking up with my current boyfriend.)
With my ex, the breakup itself was pretty easy. I had, at one point, 'loved' him what seemed like a lot. After he cheated on me, though, breaking up with him was more of a relief than anything else.1
Most Helpful Guy
Sometimes that can be true... but sometimes not. Because people can ignore their exes for a lot of reasons. One reason can be the complete opposite of what you're saying2