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As soon as I heard about this, a code red alert went off for me.“You’d want to watch yourself there with all of those exes.Note – some people like going out with their friend’s exes because they’re pre-approved.Being friends with the exes of their friends elevates them and they may even enjoy listening to these people expressing their hurt over the breakup and then…
In these situations, you love the attention and the diversion plus, let’s be real – you get a kick out of remaining connected to your ex but also out of knowing that it’s likely pissed them off.
A lot of people are friends with an ex or two although plenty aren’t.
It’s not a badge of honour to be friends with your ex and it doesn’t make you a Good Girl/Guy.
It really doesn’t and I say this because too many people are obsessed with saving face and maintaining faux friendships because they think that only not-so-good people don’t remain on friendly terms with their exes.
A hell of a lot of people also remain ‘friends’ with their ex because they: 1) want to keep an eye on the other party and keep them in their pocket as a rainy day option in case they change their mind and also to ensure that they haven’t made a bad decision, or 2) are not over them and are effectively re-auditioning in the hopes of being picked up when they realise that they can’t do better or when they have a lobotomy, or 3) are still sleeping with them but calling it ‘friendship’ makes the bitter pill of no official title and relationship easier to swallow, or 4) don’t really like him/her that much but can’t bear the thought that they [the haremologist] may feel similarly so they have the faux friendship for reassurance, or 5) need to validate something and prove it to their ego, peers or ‘everyone’.
It’s as if this guy is carting around a cemetery of all the women he’s ever been involved with or who have expressed an interest in him. All of this carry-on is reassurance that they’re not shady and is about maintaining illusions.