Pictures of me and my ex-boyfriend?

Posted on Mar 17 2010 - 11:33pm by Nadia Lawand

How many of you have kept in touch with partners from past relationships?  Every relationship started somewhere and that somewhere is usually where another relationship ended.  The BIG question is should that past relationship matter?  Jason and I both dated quite a few people in the past and we have pictures, gifts and memories from our history with other people.  What do you do with that?  Do you destroy everything?  Do you cease contact with the past?  What if you went on a great trip with someone and you want to remember the trip, maybe not the actual person, what do you do?  

With social media, breaking up with your ex is one thing… but deleting your ex from your life has become quite difficult… old emails, Tweets, blogs, digital pictures online, Facebook and the list goes on!  Here is some advice on how to delete your ex from your digital life The Sexual Manifesto:  Deleting Your Ex.    

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  1. Anonymous March 18, 2010 at 12:19 am - Reply

    Oh I have an interesting prospective about this topic. I strongly believe that what you are today is a result of your past. If you hold your partner completely away from his past, you may hold him in a cage. On the other hand, open doors are an exit with bad surprises.
    Some ex-relationships turn into friends, casual friends and others into coworkers… others are lost within the past's dust.

    Let your partner decide, or maybe he made that choice.
    Now that you are together, feel confident about your relationship, and cherish it.

    I do not know what you should do with the gift? as for the pictures (really who needs a reminder of those, or do we?),
    Can you keep their friendship? should you Be their best friend?

    No matter what we all tell you, do what keeps you asleep at night.
    trust your partner, be confident in yourself, cherish your love. You will know the answer in time when the situation arises.

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