Last week I had a great time chatting with the folks at Exaholics. It’s a great community totally focused on helping you to break the addiction to your ex. We talked about how social media impacts breakups and all the ways continuing to check up on your ex and spy around online can keep you stuck. Undoubtedly, breakups have become much more difficult in the past 10 or so years because so much of our lives is spent and catalogued in our social media feeds. When a relationship ends, it doesn’t just mean that you and your ex don’t spend time together in person anymore, it also means that virtual ties need to be cut. I know you may feel like that’s a pretty drastic step to take but I really believe that if you want to give yourself a fair chance at healing from your breakup as soon as possible, in most cases, all ties need to be cut. Here are five reasons why it’s so important to unfriend, unfollow, and stop stalking your ex online!
For the past week or so, we’ve watched the drama unfold in the very public breakup between Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick. If you’re a fan or hate watcher of Keeping up with the Kardashians and the various spinoffs, you’re probably aware of the rocky road that has been their relationship. While they have definitely experienced their fair share of ups and downs, it always seemed like they were able to work it out. Well this week, pictures surfaced of him and his ex getting cozy in Monte Carlo and apparently this was the last straw for Kourtney and she ended the relationship.