After a breakup, some individuals wonder if it's okay to block your ex on social media or if you should just leave them alone for the time being. There are numerous ways that the social media platform has helped us interact and show our love to the people who are important in our lives, and it is still the most popular way for romantic partners to communicate and exchange their feelings.
But what happens when your love life with your partner becomes complicated? We're all aware that your earlier experiences may have left you damaged or befuddled. After a breakup, it's best to minimize contact with your ex so you don't go depressed. You may wonder why your ex or partner dumped you, but doing so will help you heal your emotions.
You may have heard that it is easier to move on and be happy again if you are far away from the person who damaged you. Looking at pictures of a breakup partner regularly may cause you to be heartbroken or emotionally depressed.
But to what extent is this accurate? After a split, should you move on or keep tabs on your ex on social media?
According to this theory, if you keep checking in on your ex on a daily basis, you'll grow to miss and feel betrayed by their posts. The desire to have them back in your life may cause you pain or discomfort.
However, it fails to mention the reality that after a breakup or the end of a romantic relationship, some couples continue to be friends.
It's important to remember that what works for Mr A may not work for Mr B. Each person has a different approach to dealing with relationship problems.
As a result, doing activities that benefit oneself and make one happy will be seen as more hip.
Personally, I believe that: After a split, I believe that blocking your ex on social media is neither a bad move nor an incorrect one.
However, no matter how much you adore them, if they struggle to reciprocate your feelings of love and appreciation, or if your partner feels the same way, it's better to cut them from your life until you're able to heal emotionally. When the game is ended, it's time to move on. If they don't return, don't keep checking in on them or keeping an eye on their social media account because doing so will just make you feel awful, upset, and relive the past.
After a split, blocking your ex on social media will keep you far away from them.
While it may seem as if barring your ex on social media is a sign of hostility, that is not the case. It's only for your own good, so you can move on with your life and forget about them.
The worst part of ending a relationship with an ex is still visiting their timeline or social media to read your old chats or look at their photos. Furthermore, it'll leave you feeling drained and agitated on an emotional level.
Now that we're back to the readers, what are your thoughts on this issue?
When a relationship ends, should you block your ex on social media or just leave them alone and keep an eye on them? Leave thoughtful comments for the benefit of those who are reading and learning from them.
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