Bumping into your Ex

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    Dec 11, 2011 3:30 PM GMT
    Hey guys so last nite I was heading home from the bar and as soon as I left I saw my Ex pull into the parking lot... I went back to the bar because I was curious about how he was doing and I bumped into him. We were very friendly towards each other, maybe talked for 15-20 mins and then he said he wanted to hang with his friends. So I left feeling a little shitty :S

    I have been trying to get myself out there,because it sucks being alone. I feel a little sad and upset again after seeing him and it just made me realize how lonely I am icon_sad.gif I feel like just staying home and feel a little depressed... Any advice on how to feel better?

    Thanks guys icon_smile.gif
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    Dec 11, 2011 4:45 PM GMT
    No one has any advice for a lonely chap icon_razz.gif
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    Dec 11, 2011 4:51 PM GMT
    curiosity killed the cat...

    you were leaving but then gave into temptation which lead to this end result.

    sometimes it's best to keep it moving...
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    Dec 11, 2011 5:03 PM GMT
    AMATHOS saidcuriosity killed the cat...

    you were leaving but then gave into temptation which lead to this end result.

    sometimes it's best to keep it moving...


    Yup... Great advice! Thanks
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    Dec 11, 2011 5:18 PM GMT
    Continue to do what you're doing, but do it better. Not sure why he's now your ex but regardless of the reason, it's never hard. You can't force love, you have to be ready and there has to be chemistry. Find things you like to do or places you like to go and that might put you in contact with other guys that like the same.

    We've all been where you are. I can remember leaving places alone and crying all the way home I was so lonely. It's not easy, hang in there.

    And one last thing, Don't change what you're doing with your ex. You're taking the high road and showing that you still care. That's not likely to change and maintaining a friendship is never a bad thing as long as it's not an infatuation on trying to get him back. Good luck.
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    Dec 11, 2011 5:22 PM GMT
    Thanks! That some great advice! You made me feel better icon_smile.gif
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    Dec 11, 2011 11:54 PM GMT
    eb925guy saidContinue to do what you're doing, but do it better. Not sure why he's now your ex but regardless of the reason, it's never hard. You can't force love, you have to be ready and there has to be chemistry. Find things you like to do or places you like to go and that might put you in contact with other guys that like the same.

    We've all been where you are. I can remember leaving places alone and crying all the way home I was so lonely. It's not easy, hang in there.

    And one last thing, Don't change what you're doing with your ex. You're taking the high road and showing that you still care. That's not likely to change and maintaining a friendship is never a bad thing as long as it's not an infatuation on trying to get him back. Good luck.


    Without fail, your comments and thoughts are always spot on, as far as I'm concerned. I'm sure this and other advice you offer has helped a lot of guys get a perspective on life's issues.