10 Red Flags That He is Still in Love with His Ex ...


Getting into a new relationship with a new guy is full of uncertainty – especially if he is still in love with his ex. However, this situation can happen to anyone, in any type of relationship, no matter how many anniversaries celebrated. From personal experience, it can be hard for a person to heal from a past love that had such a profound impact on their life and heart. Therefore, there's no point in driving yourself crazy about the issue, but to recognize it and act accordingly. If you're one of those females who see the signs but can't quite grasp their meanings, then I will explain here some of the most common red flags that he is still in love with his ex.

1. He Stays in Contact with Her

When a guy keeps the lines of communication open that should immediately let you know that he is still in love with his ex. However, it's not just any type of communication, but one that is quite friendly. Say for instance they text daily and talk on the phone frequently. If the conversation is too sociable, then honey, he is still feeling her. Communication mediums are not only limited to phones either, but it can also be through email, video chat, instant message, or social media. If he refuses to detach himself from her because they're supposedly "just friends," then it may be time for you to wake up to the fact that a man who is really over a past relationship would respect you by not "casually" talking to his ex.

He Reminisces on Moments with Her


This is a great article and so timely. I just broke up with a guy for all those reasons. Bullet dodged!!! Thanks for putting it so succinctly into words what I was feeling about this guy :)
Usually a fan of the things I click on from this site. This just causes insecurity. Add, "He ignores the mention of her" because that might mean he is thinking about her, and you have everything you n...
How about he never brings his kid around because she told him he couldn't.
You would never actually know half of these things were occurring, surely?
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