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I admit I'm guilty of it, and I'm not proud of it.It was my fault in the first place - I tried salvaging the past relationship in any way while I had already given up on it. It was a big, big mistake in prolonging a dying relationship.
Because deep down they already moved on a long time ago... they just made it "official"
100% this ^
I admit it was my case. I did a big mistake in prolonging a dying relationship.
@Jean-Marie_Céline We have all probably done that.. I know I have!
I have no idea. They must not form real attachments that leave them vulnerable. Either that or everyone is the same to them.
It truly amazes me and right now im wondering the opposite... how some people take years to move on
You move on fast when you feel nothingI move on fast too. I never been in actual love until now
OR its just a rebound. I been a rebound to a guy two months after they broke up. They were together for 5 years and you could tell he was really hurt and still had feelings for her. I was patient but he had hot and cold behavior. After few months it led me to no progress, he was just getting worse so I called it quits. He has another girl now but I’m sure he's still crying of her ex.
Typically I find that the ending of a relationship is easier if I knew it was about to happen for a bit of time. That said, it makes it easier to go on to the next cause I'm wayy ahead of the game. On the flip side, if it is out of the blue, it is the worst pain on earth.
Ex found someone else a week after breaking up with me. I found out later she hadn't been happy with me for a few weeks. Would have been nice of her to mention it before I missed work and drove for 4 hours to watch her graduate.
Yeah, I think that's not moving on, it's something else and it makes you wonder how real your relationship was with that person. If a relationship was very meaningful to you there is no way you are gonna start liking someone a few months later.
What exactly are you waiting for? It's not like they died or something. Likely it had been coming for some time.
It doesn't bother me if a ex-girlfriend moves on fast that means deep downshe never loved me.
Because they had them before they went away. Maybe they didn't sleep with each other, but the thing between them both was already clear.
It’s either a rebound or they’d mentally broken up with you ages ago.
Usually its because they were the ones that ended it and we over the other person already...
Often it's because they were mostly checked out of the relationship weeks or months before it ended.
Personally, I never do.My ex-fiance was with a new guy three days later... I pretty much believe she had been seeing him before the break up...
Either rebound... Or they were never really in love...
They don't attach themselves too much to their previous partners so it's easy for them to move on.
I personally think it all depends on how strong there feelings were for that person
They were never really all the way in. Honestly.
It's when they don't care as much as you
They are practical and can accept the reality
It was there before, duh
Yes n it bothers me
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