Do You Relate To These Thoughts Every Time Your Ex Tried To Contact You?

Admit it guys, we have all at some point wished for our ex to come back and apologize to us for whatever wrong they did. We all want that sadistic pleasure that will make us feel better and superior. This happens mostly in cases where couples have had a really bad breakup without any closure. Then there are others who make peace with things; some move on, some don’t. Some, despite moving on, like to keep tabs on their ex and end up pinging them. And if that happens to us, our minds go through a whirlwind of emotions and thoughts. Some crazy, some curious, some vengeful--we get all the mixed emotions. Do you relate to any of these?

1. “Someone has realised his mistake, it seems. Good! Better late than never.”

Do You Relate To These Thoughts Every Time Your Ex Tried To Contact You?

2. “A simple sorry would have made things so much better. But he couldn’t say it.”

3. “Oh, I wish I could document this moment. But alas, now what’s the point? I am glad he’s realised my worth but it doesn’t matter now. Not that I am going to give him another chance.”

4. “Wait! I am thinking too much, maybe he wants to check in on me and know what I am up to. Whether I am seeing someone or not. Maybe he didn’t get much info from my social media.”

5. “Maybe he misses me.”

Do You Relate To These Thoughts Every Time Your Ex Tried To Contact You?

6. “Maybe he wants to say some things he couldn’t when we were in the relationship.”

7. “Or is it some sort of telepathy because I have been thinking about him for some odd reason?”

8. “Not that I still love him or want him back in my life, but him trying to contact me gives me sadistic pleasure.”

Do You Relate To These Thoughts Every Time Your Ex Tried To Contact You?

9. “Did he see me with my friend at the coffee shop? Could be.”

10. “What if he genuinely wants to get back together? Should I consider it? What if he’s still a jerk and hurts me again? I can’t afford to let that happen!”

Do You Relate To These Thoughts Every Time Your Ex Tried To Contact You?

11. “Does he still love me? Or do I still love him? Wait, no! Respect and trust is more important than love. I can’t compromise on that.”

12. “Should I respond to his text? Ignore it? Or block him?”

Do You Relate To These Thoughts Every Time Your Ex Tried To Contact You?

13. “Let’s see what he got to say. If I don’t like the conversation, I can block him anyway!”

14. “No matter what he says, I shouldn’t be bothered and should act strong and make him believe I am doing great without him.”

Do You Relate To These Thoughts Every Time Your Ex Tried To Contact You?

15. “All this while I have been wanting for him to apologise, now that he is, why I am I so indifferent?”