Our expert says:
I wonder what "brseaking up" means these days. Dealing with the unavoidable problems of a current relationship is sensible --- but feeling some sort of ownership right to the other person after the "break-up", and in many case, also chafing about whatever relationships they may have had BEFORE they met you, is needlessly enlarging the opportunities for grief.
You are choosing to feel all this grief. The relationship is OVER, and whatever he does now need not affect you at all --- you don't know if this is a serious relationship he is in, or if it is happy --- and it shouldn't matter to you. If he made you so unhappy, he'll probably make her unhappy, too --- leave them to themselves, while you move on. The longer you insist on clinging to what might have been, the longer you are posponing any chance of moving on to something better
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