- Valentines day texting an ex – opinions please
NO – the only reason is to indicate feelings and, I assume, wishing to be still in a relationship with them/still be in love with them.
I cannot see an other reason to wish anyone Happy valentines day though it would be amusing to see an GF try – I doubt I would even listen tbh.Posted 4 years agoCougarSubscriber
I don’t think I’d be overly concerned so long as it’s very definitely an ‘over’ relationship. I’m friends with most of my exes and wouldn’t assume that they were carrying a torch for me still if I got a “happy Valentine’s day” message any more than a “happy birthday” message, so similarly I wouldn’t immediately read anything into it if my OH got / sent one. On the other hand, if the message was “thinking about you, fancy a shag?” then that’s an entirely different situation.
A bigger concern for me would be the double standards issue. She expects you to trust her, but she doesn’t trust you? Why would she not want you to do what she’s doing, is she up to something inappropriate?Posted 4 years agototalshellSubscriber
well i gotta say that the girl i lived with in eastern europe 20 odd years ago pm’d me on facebook on valentines day and invited me and the family.. now married two kids to visit ( she married kids) and assured me the death threats she made when we split up were now rescinded..
is the current mrs tts concerned.. only about what to wear for Budapest in May.Posted 4 years agoOnzadogSubscriber
I’d also not be happy with someone sneaking a look at the messages in my phone. I think that reflects on the level of trust in a relationship. It’s certainly killed things off for n in the past. It almost doesn’t matter if you’re cheating or not when the person you’re with, constantly thinks you are cheating.Posted 4 years agoCountZeroMember
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Why keep in touch with an ex? Usually a bad idea all round IME.
Well, that all depends; I’ve stayed on good terms with most of mine, was invited and went to the weddings of two, another, my first, as it happens, has just moved, with her family, to a house just down the road, and I’m going out for a drink with another for her birthday on Monday in Bath.Posted 4 years ago
Just because some people’s relationships end in bitterness and anger, doesn’t mean everyone’s does.
One of my exes phoned me at 10pm one night, after a boozy challenge from a friend, she’d said that I was someone she could trust to be there for her, should anything bad happen, at any time, and they called her on it.
There ensued a really funny conversation with three really pissed females on one end and me on the other, for the best part of an hour!
wouldn’t assume that they were carrying a torch for me still if I got a “happy Valentine’s day” message any more than a “happy birthday” message
Well one is a day when you say happy birthday and one is a day when you say I love you to the person you love
They are not the same, they are not even closePosted 4 years ago
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