Like you loved the person once and when you break up suddenly there is hate between you.
Most Helpful Girl
When I was with my I ex I started going through some family problems my mum got into an abusive relationship. My sister got into some problems and my past abuse got brought up it was a lot to deal with and I admit I wasn't myself my anxiety heightened although I didn't realise it at the time. My ex was not supportive at all to me to the extent that after my mums partner had tried to strangle and kill me and my mum covered for him my ex went to play and then watch a football match at the pub forcing me to choose between sitting throug it with him or leaving me all alone. this was not even half an hour after it had happened. Few weeks later he's cheated on me with a girl he knew this went on for a month before he confessed and dumped me for her making me homeless and the stress nearly cost me my job. I had to pick my self up and start from scratch I rebuilt my relationships with my family. But I still hated my ex not all of it was his fault but he never gave me any support and kicked me when I was down. Said some horrible things about my body and appearance that took away any self confidence I still had left. How can you not hate someone after that. However time is a healer I don't hate him any more I Pity him although I still get a small sense of satisfaction knowing I came out of it all on top and he's still struggling2THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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Most Helpful Guy
A lot of times people don't hate their ex (except in cases of cheating and the like), they just hate the absence of a relationship. I actually think fondly of most of my ex's, even if it wasn't sunshine and rainbows; even if we broke up for a bunch of reasons. Harboring hatred toward them is a waste of my energy.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE