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Ex boyfriend is dating another girl

On September 16, reps for both Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth confirmed that the couple have officially called off their engagement and are, in a word, dunzo.

My ex and I were dating off and on for over 3 years.

About 2 years ago I had cheated on him, but he forgave me. For the past few months I've been trying to show him that I have changed and want to give him more respect, but it hasn't work very well.. My ex and I were dating off and on for over 3 years.

I trust him whole-heartedly when he says he wants to be with me, and things aren't serious with the other girl he is dating.

I truly believe that he is just as scared as I am of things going awry between us like they did the first time. My question is, does anyone out there have a similar experience?

There's no reason for you to put yourself in a situation where you'll see this new couple together, but you also shouldn't go out of your way to prevent yourself from seeing them. It's very possible that your ex is using this girl as a rebound to get over you - but it's also very possible that he actually really cares about her.

Don't skip parties or stuff like that because you'll think they'll be there - stopping your own life and preventing yourself from having fun isn't going to help you get over him. Source: Shutter Stock Unless your ex explained to you why he's dating this new girl (which, doubtful), you probably don't know the exact reason that he's jumped into another relationship so quickly. You could sit there all day and wonder if he was cheating or if this is just a rebound or if he really loves this girl... But you don't know, so just stop thinking about it. Find whatever it is that works for you and just distract yourself until the pain goes away for real. Source: Shutter Stock Another great way to distract yourself is to hang with your friends.

The next thing that happens after you break up with someone – this is after the tears, the drama, the denial, the anger, the acceptance, maybe a sneaky shag, more anger, more acceptance and then closure – is moving on.

In an ideal world, you’d be the one to get in first and have a new man to throw all of your energies into, and if you admit it deep down, you probably wouldn’t mind your ex hearing about how happy you are.

A little bit of bruised ego is natural but if you become consumed by his new relationship or exploits, it may be time to ask whether you’re really over him, and if you are; what is it about your own life that makes this news so unbearable.

Often you’ll find that the reason it bothers you is because you have taken his actions as some sort of reflection on you and the past you shared together.

Source: Shutter Stock If your ex is dating a new girl, now is probably not the best time to try to win him back. Source: Shutter Stock Just because your ex seems like he moved on pretty quickly doesn't mean you have to. A breakup isn't also a race as to who can move on the fastest.