We know it’s possible for a guy to remain friends with an ex-girlfriend. You may even have some male friends whom you previously dated. There is a big difference, though, between being friends with an ex and not being over your feelings for that person. With that in mind, we’ve put together some serious telltale signs that your current guy isn’t quite over his ex – even if he tells you otherwise.Read Full Story
You've probably lost a few things to exes in the "custody battle". That haphazard division of possessions in the wake of a breakup is never smooth unless you're dating someone who's obsessive-compulsive, in which case perhaps it's for the best that the relationship ended.Read Full Story
Once the ink is dry on the divorce papers, it seems that some exes are becoming friends with each other. I am always surprised to hear that a divorced couple becomes so close again after everything ended. I would assume that they were unhappy together and looking forward to meeting new people and finding new ways to spend their time.Read Full Story
Ever wonder why each relationship you get into seems to mimic the previous ones? The same fights, the same issues, the same old drama. Sometimes, we tend to rehash old problems and create new turmoil based on our past relationships -- and wind up feeling as if we are on a relationship merry-go-round. Here are three ways to recognize this unhealthy cycle and what you can do to break it.Read Full Story
Are there questions you would love to ask your significant other, but don't for fear of their response? Well, if you break up with them, that fear will be gone and all bets will be off, apparently. At least, that's what happened with these former couples when they were hooked up to a lie detector.Read Full Story
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