This leads to self-doubt, low self-esteem and in worst scenario – depression. The more stalking occurred, the more distress we experience , scientists say.We always feel this urge to check their profiles, but it only causes more pain.Let’s face it, sometimes you think of people from your high school too. You just need a good strategy to deal with those thoughts such as finding a positive characteristic about yourself each time you think the other person is better (1st point).
It is not uncommon to develop symptoms of depression including social isolation, feelings of helpless and worthlessness, guilt, difficulty concentrating, and others. Scientists explain that we are always in competition with our own sex.Since the ancient men and women natural instinct was to breed and fight for the alpha dog status, the devastation caused by ex’s new relationship is instinctive too.So you’re casually checking out what’s up on Instagram’s “Explore” section and suddenly a photo of your ex with a new flame shows up.Yes, your relationship ended but it is still awkward and somewhat devastating to see your former partner moving on, especially if the breakup is still fresh.Accepting this fact is a part of growing up and acknowledging it is time to move on.
Okay, you’ve probably thought about this already; your ex won because he/she found a new guy or girl before you did.Look for a role model Humans learn not only from their own experiences but from other people too.We can strengthen our willpower just by learning from people we consider good role models.This isn’t about winning, how quickly you get into the new relationship depends on your needs and preferences.Your ex’s new relationship doesn’t make you a loser.A practical way to deal with your ex’s new relationship is to look for a role model from your own life or pop culture i.e.