Before Facebook, I would never have been able to keep in touch with peeps I went to school with etc without having to go to much greater lengths and efforts.
Your ex using Facebook to keep a foothold in your life, pry into your private life and generally make a nuisance out of themselves.
Being worried about how you’re perceived by mutual friends, their family etc post breakup or having these people create awkward situations for you.
Many of us are obsessed with being The Good Girl (or The Good Guy) so of course when you break up, you make the shady decision to be friends.
The best thing that you can do with your ex on Facebook is either 1) de-friend them or 2) hide their updates from your newsfeed. 5) You won’t develop a compulsive urge to check on their updates morning, noon, and night. Check out my ebook on the the No Contact Rule which stresses the important of cutting contact with your ex, plus my ebook on emotionally unavailable men and the women that love them, Mr Unavailable & The Fallback Girland more in my bookshop.
With my ex before the AC, I stayed friends on FB – because we broke up as amicably as you could. As for the AC, I defriended him within 48 hours of him chucking me as I already knew I would be twice as mental with someone who I perceived wronged me as with a goodie! I recently had a friendship end and the other person didn’t take me off their facebook page. I know I was intense about the whole thing, but hardly a reason not to discuss it or clear up. The friend I was talking about was also friends with my ex short term guy who pursued me twice to date, and neither time was really interested. In fairness, I was very intense with her several times talking about it, but that is hardly friendship ending stuff.
Well all I can say is I have done the NC for 12days, I have de-friened him and I have tried to put his friends on hide… BUT I still check up on him through another e-mail and I have been really guilty of checking up on him. After our break up (rather his dissapearing act!) , one thing I did that I regret now was that I sought out his wife on FB. In actual fact I found it very helpful in putting things into perspective and accepting that the situation was so very wrong. Sorry to rant about the whole FB thing – but you really can learn a few things from these guys on FB.
I forgot that I wanted to post this episode from South Park regarding FB – it’s funny as heck!
OMG what an AC of course you were soooo devasted you left because of him – goes to show its all ME ME ME – good for you!
My ex before the EUM and i always remained friends on FB, but we were friends for years before we got together and it ended very amicably.
After going through the mill with him, I dumped him first because he kept ignoring me and blowing cold (boundaries i guess, but it took me longer than i’m confortable with for them to kick in) after which he deleted me and all my friends, but kept emailing me when he was drunk. Sorry word is used on that time when we do some wrong and we are feeling guilty on our behavior or hurt to anyone with our attitude or words so that’s why we say sorry to remove misunderstanding and problems that creates among us. When your words hurt the anyone and he angry to you then we say sorry to him for remove his anger and remove the misunderstanding that create among us and we say sorry to realize to other that i  feel sorry on my attitude. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline.


Lucy Spraggan has published an official statement to clarify her standpoint in the 'queer row' going on between her and X Factor winner James Arthur. The Tea And Toast singer then drew attention to the charity Stonewall, and her support for a campaign which seeks to address the stigmatization of homophobic language in schools. The 25-year-old called unknown rapper Micky Worthless 'a f***king queer' in a rap which spread online after Micky recorded a song mocking James for being an X Factor puppet.James also used the words 'scrubber', 'peasant' and 'motherf**ker' to insult the up and coming musician.
Lucy posted screenshots of the text messages and added: "And that was tweeted because it has to be f**king said. ErrorSorry!This page is currently unavailable while we undergo routine maintenance.We apologize for any inconvenience. Now when you break up, along with lazy means of communication like text messages, email, and instant messenger, you now have to deal with Facebook and other forms of social networking.
However for the broken hearted (and the type of person hellbent on keeping a foothold in your life), it’s a very passive way of keeping tabs on your ex. Unless you have to see your ex each day (I had to sit across the office from one of mine), the less reminders you have of them the better. Even if you do find yourself uncomfortable you can always hide their updates from your newsfeed. When you find yourself on Facebook morning, noon, and night, and seizing on grains of information in their updates and deriving meaning from them, or interrogating them about that woman you saw with them in a picture, it is time for you to de-friend them for your own sake. Baggage Reclaim is a guide to learning to live and love with self-esteem by breaking the patterns that stand in your way.
I agree if you really want to move forward from pain you need to stop throwing the pain in your face. I politely and simply warned a couple of his friends that I was defriending them on the basis that I needed to get on with things. I realised after a couple of months that I was avoiding facebook and feeling anxious about logging on to it because I was worried about seeing what she was up to.
I am having the same thing right now, and I want to unfriend her, but don’t have the strength. It is as if seeing him with other girls or his comments on his wall make me sad but It’s like I want to feel the pain not so much as a weakness but almost as a strenght to get through it instead of running away totally.
Saying that, even he got a bit snotty when my ex EUM first came on the scene and started commenting on everything i ever did. We met once through a mutual friend, he added me a few days later and then the bugger stalked me for ages, i wasn’t even interested in him at first! When he dumped me and asked to stay friends i said no and deleted him straight away – my pride finally kicked in and i though ‘No, sod you! Some persons have very rude behavior and think they are not doing something bad and if he does some bad then he feel ashamed to say sorry and think why I say sorry to anyone because I m not wrong. Keep your words soft and tender because tomorrow you may have to eat your own words.
Some people hurts the others and don’t say sorry because they think they are always Right and when you say sorry then it create respect in heart of hurt person and make you respectful. Lucy, 21, decided to post a text spat between her and James which revealed the Impossible singer calling her 'over the top' and an 'attention seeker', whilst bragging his album sold '10 times' hers. It seems X Factor winner James Arthur is currently totting up more enemies than albums sales, after using the 'queer' word in a rap, he received backlash from other celebrities.
Trust me when I say that they’ll find meaning in everything you put there and either throw it in your face or use it is an opening for an ego stroke, shag, or a shoulder to lean on.


You have to let go of them and not try to hold onto them and control their agenda via Facebook or you will throw yourself in the front line of pain. I know lots of people who have done this after a breakup and it has spared all of them from rubberneckers checking to see if they’re OK, awkward questions, and even worse, awkward updates from their ex.
Whether it’s figuring out what’s going on in a troubling relationship, understanding you and self-care, or being more assertive, I’m here to help you guide you. After finding her I then began to have ideas that I would contact her and tell her everything…I never did it, but still wish I had never found out who she was.
I split up with someone in January, moved out in May, and found out on Twitter in July that he’d been seeing someone else three weeks after I moved out.
He was friends with a girl that left her robe in his drawer (she lives out of state) – told me he never talked to her. I deleted him before we broke up (boy was he mad) and then he blocked me – best thing that ever happened. Sure, why would they want their harem to know that they were actually in a relationship?…silly us!
I think with hindsight it’s better to delete and then add them back on after a break, as Elle said in her post. Outspoken Lucy, who also wanted to highlight the singers misuse of 'queer', has published a statement to confront the issue.
And now fans of the singer have boycotted his album by requesting a refund after Lucy published a bitter text exchange between the pair. He's had a long-standing feud with fellow X Factor alumni Matt Cardle on the site and rubbished Matt's music, calling it for 'bedwetters'.A James also took on One Direction, in an extraordinary set of Twitter posts on Twitter. After experiencing massive growth in the last few years, it’s causing sleepless nights, compulsive urges, and arguments about being insensitive or why they were snooping around in your business in the first place. Note, lots of assclowns have narcissistic harems cooing around them online or they opt not to have a Facebook profile (too much evidence) but do find ways to check up on you via mutual friends. Also, every time one of my male friends would make a comment, he was always throwing it in my face, like I was the one doing something behind HIS back. After he professed that I would always be his best friend, that he would always be in my life, that he would never hurt me. I almost feel like I want to see it so I can move on or maybe I want to see some sort of a hint that he is feeling sad or misses me. You may also end up feeling harassed if they persist and if you guilt trip yourself and hesitate about de-friending them for fear of upsetting them further, it’s just opening yourself up to further pain.
He has such a low self esteem and so sick he needs the gratification of superficial relastionships in order to feel good for a moment. It was causing me the most insane amount of grief and I just thought, what the hell am I doing to myself? May on week three I will be able to de-friend and hide his family and friends for good… but I am just not there yet!



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