Box them up and put them in a closet or somewhere equally out of sight.
This is especially true when your EX starts seeing someone new and starts asking you for advice (yes really! In others, the time apart actually serves to make you see the relationship for how it was, and as shocking as this may be to you right now, in time you just may realize you don’t want to be their friend after all!
seem to go through at one time or another in our lives.
(Well, most of us do anyway…) Heartbreak seems to affect us similarly – whether we are young or old, famous or not, rich or poor, and irrespective of where we are geographically.
If that seems to drastic, at least put them onto a disc or burn them CD, (stick them in the Cloud, e.g. BUDDY LISTS: As in number two, remove and block them from your buddy lists.
on dropbox) and put them somewhere where you won’t be tempted to continually re-read each one over and over. I know you think it’s a minor offense, even quite harmless, to keep in touch with your ex via email or instant messaging programs, but the only one you’re fooling is yourself. Often you just end up spying on them, checking to see when they are on (and wondering who they are talking to if it’s not you! If they do actually message you, you end up over-analysing each message they send, or worse yet, you get hurt when they tell you they are off “out” that night (and don’t say where).You should never underestimate the power of pouring the words out onto a page. In fact, it’s generally exceptionally-good for men, as a lot of men don’t have an outlet for their emotions and pain.