Every time you go back to your parents house there’s an overwhelming feeling of being back in a familiar place that makes you all warm inside. Your room is an exact replica of the last time you saw it, that old chair in the corner still creaks every time you sit in it and your stash of weed is in it’s exact same hiding place. This may have been a weird scenario to compare old relationships too but the feeling of familiarity is usually the reason most of us go back to our ex. Continue reading “Why people go back to their ex”
Everyone knows that after a break-up, a woman goes through various mourning stages. A woman can go from: 1: Desperate for Answers, 2. Denial, 3. Giving in, 4. Relapse, 5. Anger, 6. Accepting It’s Over and 7. Hope. I’ll be the first to admit that I felt all of these at once believe it or not. After my five year long crash and complete BURN of a relationship, I finally reached the acceptance and ever so longing “Glo-Up” phase where I feel unstoppable. The feeling where you wouldn’t be petty if your ex started dating someone new or flaunted them all over social media. The feeling where you genuinely don’t wish bad upon them and simply don’t care about how their life is without you in it. So why is it so hard for my ex to slither away and die now that I’ve reached this euphoria. I’m beginning to think that no matter the circumstances, exes will always try and push their luck to make an appearance in your life. Why do exes always try and make themselves known once they are dead to you?….