Did he plug in your cell phone when your battery was low? Make a list of traits that your Ex had that you’d like to leave behind (things like a bad temper, selfishness or being cheap) Take that list and make it more detailed.
If you said “cheap,” ask yourself: what did he do that made you assign that label to him?
Someone thinks they’re dating someone new, someone totally different and then within a few months they realize that he’s their Ex in sheep’s clothing with the same mother issues, the same frugal tendencies and the same chronic halitosis. Everyone is drawn to things that are familiar and comfortable whether it’s a perfectly worn pillow or the smell of apple pie cooking.
So how do you move forward and not wind up with another version of your ex?
Albert Einstein said, “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again but expecting different results.” You’ve heard the story a thousand times.
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Did he fret when you bought something for yourself?
Did he make you feel like you were on his mind in every day in little ways?
Did he send you a text message when he knew you had an important meeting?
In an effort to make sure you never date your Ex again go through these simple steps. Make a list of traits that your Ex had that you loved (things like affectionate, generous or thoughtful) Take that same list and now make it specific.
If you said “thoughtful,” ask yourself: what did he do that was thoughtful?