7 Ways to Stop Obsessing over Your Ex after a Breakup ...


Considering how easy it is to stalk someone online these days, breakups have become even harder! Guest contributor Kevin Thompson shares his tips on how you can stop obsessing over your ex after a breakup.

Even though it is easy to remove your ex from your life, it’s not so easy to remove him from your thoughts. If you just broke up and you can’t seem to stop obsessing over your ex, then these tips will definitely help you stop the obsession.

1. Cut Him off

Out of sight, out of mind. As long as you keep seeing him and keep talking to him, you are not going to stop thinking about him. Go cold turkey. Remove him from all your social media. Stop calling him. Stop texting him. If he contacts you, ignore him. And don’t try to bump into him at his favorite coffee shop (‘cause that’s not fooling anybody).

Give Him the "I Need Space" Talk


Neecey Beresford
@Cindy, Ah yes - I see your point. I think it's kinda interesting having the man's perspective but wearing a woman's shoes.
Deleting all his contacts, and throwing away things you've been holding on helps a lot. I still look at his twitter feed time to time, and I know he looks at mine. But I never randomly text him now wh...
No Neecey, lol, its not a problem he writes like its from a girls perspective talking about "him"
For me the easiest way to forget is that every time I think of a positive about him, i replace it with thoughts of negative experiences and how it made me feel at the time.
hind emh
@Barb im in the same situation here its crazy!!
Sometimes I think it's not that you want him back or you're obsessed it's just that need to feel wanted. I find that I do that especially after a breakup going to the same places so that he can see me...
Neecey Beresford
@Cindy, Yes - why is that a problem?
It takes time to heal, but i hear to repeat bad habits and things that put u off and annoyed you of your ex helps get you over him, so just remind yourself of those irritating views he had , lok
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