Nothing kills the joy of a relationship like that nagging feeling that your boo still isn't totally over his or her ex. Whether you found him scrolling through her IG feed, or doing something even more side-eye worthy, these behaviors might even leave you wondering But honestly, any behavior that's giving you a gross feeling in the pit of your stomach is enough to consider re-evaluating your relationship status. It's not exactly fair to expect him to completely shut his ex out of his life—unless she's very clearly still warm for his form—because that's not cool. But if they're talking all the time it's not out of the realm of possibility that he still has feelings for her.
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What to Do When He's Not Really Over His Ex
No wonder it can be so hard to kick the ex habit. It obviously varies from person to person, but in that timeframe after a big breakup, people are usually still on the emotional mend. But to figure out whether you should stick it out or cut your losses, ask yourself the following questions. But there are also more subtle conversational clues that can hint as to how healed his heart is. That level of wistfulness or what-if thinking can stand in the way of a budding relationship, even if you two would normally be Disney-movie perfect together. One good sign is if he can talk about his ex in a pretty objective way without assigning blame , getting worked up, or sounding regretful. He should also be showcasing genuine interest in you, making it clear that he wants to spend time with you and be sensitive to your feelings and needs, says Bobby.
4 Questions to Ask Yourself if Your New Boyfriend Doesn’t Seem Over His Ex
Imagine this all-too-real scenario for a minute: You've been dating someone for a few weeks and everything's going well. You really like them and think this could lead to a great relationship. The downside? They bring up their ex's name way too often, or you catch them creeping on their social media.
The Frisky -- Let's face it -- we've all got issues and sometimes need multiple attempts to surmount emotional obstacles. But some of us are better at dealing with them than others and, we argue, women are often better at working through emotional problems than men. The Frisky: 30 things every woman should quit doing by In the last few years of dating, we've come across 10 types of "emotionally stunted" guys -- adult men who may otherwise be awesome but for some reason never matured emotionally. These dudes are stuck in emotional "playpens" preventing them from forming healthy and intimate adult relationships and where the women in their lives are in the position of either pushing them around like toddlers in a baby carriage or screaming "Get up and walk on your own!