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I don't. I still fantasize about him and I also cry because he cheated on me and turned really abusive when I refused to sleep with him. I replay the good memories, the way he approached me, called me beautiful and innocent.Then I think of how much he hurt me by sleeping with an ugly hooker.I think of the pain I felt when he did that and it makes me cry 😢 I was not going to miss him had he left on a really bad note. He didn't insult me by calling me ugly, useless etc. Infact, he called me a good girl.I can totally imagine why all the women (including ugly hookers) are crazy about him. He is not only good-looking but also pleasant to be around. His worst trait is he wants to sleep with as many women as possible. He only dated 2 women seriously, one was me. All the others were just for casual sex. Although he teased me for being a virgin, I somehow feel he liked it secretly.I think the people who devalue their exes completely have had worse experiences than mine. That guy must have left on a bad note.I feel really bad for deleting him from my life but I also think it was the right thing to do. He kind of scarred me for life but I somehow still miss him 😢
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I think that's their way of justifying why the relationship ended so it makes them (the person making said accusations) look like they're the victim, or it's the other person's fault the relationship ended. Believe me, I'm sure my exes said some crap about me when things ended, even though one of them cheated on me. But the way I see it is this: the ones that can't let the past go, usually are insecure or have unresolved issues and keep putting the blame on others. I just avoid and block them and try to move on with my life.
Make themselves feel better. The irony is you can judge someone by the company they keep. If they date nothing but lying, cheating, assholes, that really says a lot about the person consistently dating them. If your exs were good, honest, and above average people then that looks good for you, right? But you know how people are. Short term gratification.
I don't get it.My ex had and has many problems, but I don't see any reason to attack her and still try to help her out with her issues as a friend.
I think it depends. I find that after my ex broke up with me, I began to devalue him due to his out of character behaviour after we ended? For one, he changed his behaviour towards me over night. As in, told me he loved me and showed care for me one day, and the following day lashed out at me and belittled me, telling me we weren’t good together. I think that alone can devalue an ex? And then I miscarried, told him, and he told me he’d be there for me, but he hasn’t been? He’s muted me on all platforms to “get over” me, and he’s telling people he never wants to talk to me again, as if I’ve done something wrong? And he won’t pay me back money he owes?It’s easy to devalue him! Unless an ex mouses away and is normal after a breakup, it’s really easy to discover their nasty and hurtful side.
I don’t now why it’s such a popular trend to hate your ex. I still hang out with one of my exes. But that’s because we ended it mutually and respectfully. Maybe the people that have hate for their exes had a very bad experience with them or the relationship ended explosively.
I agree. I think immaturity and mental health issues often come into play.
Because people are assholes. No one wants to admit they are either. Women are the worst about this. I knew this nasty cunt who cheated on her husband of 15 years with an 18 yr old. Same age as her daughters. Instead of coming clean she told everyone he touched her daughters. Her daughters lied too. He had been good to these fat slobs. Treated as his own. Afterward he still gave them two cars each. Jody McNabb from Rossville, GA. Watch out she is a user and cheater.
It depends on what led to the breakup I guess. If your ex was a complete douche bag that cheated on you then yeah of course you’re going to devalue them and see everything in a negative light because you know that the feelings weren’t real. If your ex was a good person and you left on good terms then there’s no reason to devalue them.
Because it’s probably easier to deal with their feelings that way. The more you are negative the more you have been hurt.
I have very good reason too. He was rude behind my back. He cheated. So you tell me... why should I put any value in a person like that? He didn’t put any value in me or my family.
I'm talking about misrepresentations and exaggerations or outright lies.
If you devalue an ex it means you clearly still have feelings for said person and are also extremly insecure.At this age there's no need for that. Totally immature
I think because the break up was bad If the break up was a good one and ended on good terms those people don't put their ex's down that much.
Their very emotional and it makes them see their ex only in the negative because they can't take their heart out of it. So they focus on the negative aspects.
To justify why they are not with them and make themselves feel better when they move on!
I don't understand it either.People have forgiveness issues and it just makes them bitter. I stay away from those types. Childish.
Cheaters are low and trashy people, they don't deserve any second chances nor do they deserve any remorse.
Not everyone does that. A lot of people don’t.
To make themselves look better
In some cases, they’re right.
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