Should exes talk to each other?
If you continue to talk to your ex on a friendship basis, that can be healthy. If you were friends beforehand and maybe a relationship didn’t work out, it can be okay. If you see your ex as a backup, then it’s not healthy. If you’re so focused on getting back together, you can’t be friends, then no, it isn’t healthy.
What questions should you ask your ex?
34 Questions You Secretly Wish You Could Ask Your Ex
- Did you ever love me?
- At any point, did you see yourself spending forever with me?
- Did you cheat on me?
- How many times?
- Did you talk to your ex when you were with me?
- Did I ever do anything that made you jealous?
- What’s your biggest regret about our relationship?
How do you respond to Breadcrumbing ex?
How to respond to it
- Call them out. When you think someone’s breadcrumbing you, pointing out the behavior can accomplish two goals:
- Initiate a conversation about relationship goals. People want different things from their relationships.
- Suggest a specific date and time to meet.
- Respect your own needs.
How do I ask my ex to talk?
Think about ways to make some small talk before you start the call. Ask your ex questions about things you know he or she is passionate about and use it as an ice breaker. In most relationships, both people are partially at fault. Don’t bring up past mistakes or things you know that will cause hard feelings.
Why do exes send random texts?
“Most of the time this would be for romantic or sexual reasons, but sometimes they might just want to be friends again.” If the relationship ended on bad terms or your ex feels the breakup was their fault, they may be texting you out of guilt and a desire to make things right, Rodman added.
What is curving in dating?
According to Urban Dictionary, curving is like ghosting except more brutal: “They wanna seem nice, maybe they take days, or even weeks, to reply to your last WhatsApp message. But instead of leaving you hanging, a curver will reply, but their responses will be sporadic, closed off, and often apologetic.”