7 Signs You're Not over Your Ex Yet ...

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Simply put, you're not yet over your ex-flame when you constantly think about him.

Friends often tell you to get a grip and just stop moping around like a sick dog.

You tell them you're okay and have, in fact, moved on.

But honey, the following signs and actions tell you that you're really not over your ex yet:2

1. Text Messages Still in Your Inbox

One tell-tale sign that you're not over him?

You still keep his messages in your inbox from those days that you were still together.2

You've memorized messages like this "Hey sweetie, you are so beautiful today.2

You mean the world to me.

I love you dearly.

Dinner later?" and yet you keep reading it.

Maintain a Close Relationship with His Family

Comments:

Becka_loupe1991
Nearly 2 years later I have still not gotten over an ex, it was a year long, at first I was fine with it the I moved countries(not because of him!) I had a small bit of contact with him the first few months. Then we stopped and moved on, then I met my now boyfriend (they both have the same star signs Which I didn't know!) So for Xmas as a stocking filler I bought him the same aftershave, whilst trying to tell my self it was because I liked it!! Then only this week I actually got his number again and texted him!! Just to get it out of my system, to make sure I am over him! He's not on any social media, it wasn't his thing then!! It's a weird world!! πŸ˜ŠπŸ’œ
Pao Olur
@jessica I did the same and it's done!
Kiki
I'm over mines 😚
Wanda
@jessica same here. Disassociation is key. The last step I took about a year ago was deleting his family members off my facebook. Nothing personal, it was necessary for me.
Febe
That's great because I'm really over my ex ☺️
Jessica
& certainly delete/ him from any social media!
Jessica
I cannot stress enough the importance of disassociation. Block his number & then delete! Delete his number, messages, photos, & all of his friends/family's numbers..it's hard but once it's done, it's Done. I even changed my number. 4 years down the tube, I had to let it all go. & this was the best way to begin the healing process.
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