This isn’t a rhetorical question; it’s a legitimate issues that you’re going to have to address sooner rather than later.
Some people are totally cool with hearing everything – size, shape, smell, frequency, etc.
Others are fine with acknowledging that their former squeeze is seeing other people but would really rather just assume that their genitalia withered and fell off and they’re now as sexless as a Barbie doll.
Just because it’s theoretically possible doesn’t mean that it’s going to happen to you, and betting the farm that you’re the exception is a very good way to end up without a farm.
The fact of the matter is, even with the most amicable splits, you’re going to need time to mourn, to heal and adjust.
” dance that marks the early days of a post-break up friendship. You acknowledge the awkward up front and establish early on the things you don’t want to hear about.
Let’s be honest: how much do you want to know about your ex’s love-life?
That being said, there’s not being comfortable with your ex’s new relationships and using your “discomfort” to control their behavior.
There’re plenty of toxic individuals who’ll try to leverage their feelings in order to keep manipulating an ex.
Your relationship has just ended and that deserves to be observed.