Nick_t Posted February 27, 2007 Share Posted February 27, 2007 Hi guys, My ex is officially seeing someone else now. I was gutted last week, but I tell you something I am not so bad now. Everything has now happened in my break up - this is the final stage, having to see and accept she is now with someone else. But I tell you one thing I feel brilliant and I'm so proud of myself. Last night they were both out and I bought two drinks went over to my ex and said I bought these two for you and Guy, I wish you all the very best together. She said thank you and gave me a big smile. I walked away and continued to have fun with all my friends. Later on I saw one of her best friends who was working and she came up to me and said 'I heard what you did to (my ex) and I thought that was the most mature thing I have ever heard someone do, I'm speechless'. This girl was sober and said she had so much more respect for me than she did before. She continued to say how my ex could not believe it and told her straight away and that it meant so much to her and she was speechless too. As I was speaking to her my ex came and stood next to us and gave me a massive hug and said thank you about a million times. And all of this made me feel so happy, I'm accepting my ex is with someone else, I don't feel so bad anymore and I have shown dignity and shown people that I am a bigger man. Most importantly I have shown her that I am still the amazing person she fell in love with, and that I am not going to be an idiot about it all. My question is though, how have you dealt with an ex starting to see someone else? How have you coped? What have you done? I see my ex practically everyday, she was and in a way still my best friend. I even work with her now and again, like today for instance and we have been sending e-mails back and forth and planning to have lunch together. Do you think this will have an effect on her new relationship? Not saying I want it to but I'm curious. Quote Link to comment
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