I told him he has no right to be angry because hes dating other women, and his argument to that was "I didn't even want the breakup.You aren't even taking my feelings into consideration." and then after a few minutes of us arguing back and forth I told him to talk to me when he calmed down, and I then went to bed.He's obviously allowed to have an opinion but that doesn't mean it should govern how you live.My last ex cut contact with me after I tried to maintain the friendship post break-up, so I could support him.I thought "Damn he's moving on quickly" but just shrugged it off. At first I was hesitant to say yes because I JUST got out of a relationship, but then I remembered that Jason is already out there pursuing other women so I thought "F$%k it, I'm young, he's cute, let's do this." and we went out for sushi, and then a movie, and I had a fantastic time, and we've gone out on a few more dates since then and I can see him as being potential boyfriend material.One of Jasons friends saw us on the city bus talking to one another, and we were holding hands at the time, and he told Jason like I knew he would, who then texted me absolutely furious that I was out dating other men already.However, Greer says people often keep mementos from past relationships for the memories, so it's not always a sign he’s not over his ex—but it could be.Have a chat about the reason he feels the need to hold onto these memories, says Greer.
But reading your post really makes me feel like I made the right decision.
This happened yesterday, and I've been thinking of this all morning. Should I really have waited before going on dates with other guys?
Maybe I should have kept things on the downlow out of respect for Jason?
Maybe he still has one of the shirts she left at his place and you've caught him sniffing it.
More likely though, it isn't a completely egregious and blatant relationship violation, but something subtler that indicates he's not quite emotionally ready to be dating at the moment.“If your new boyfriend is constantly talking about his ex, spending time on the phone with her, meeting up with her (without including you), comparing you in a way that makes you feel less than her, these all point to the possibility of him still being connected to her in some way," says Jane Greer, Ph.
Common ex things that he can't handle right now The best part about breaking up with someone is that their feelings are no longer your problem. I think it's important to try and set boundaries.