It’s perfectly normal to feel hurt when you meet someone new. These feelings come regardless of whether both do not agree to break up. After you’ve already gotten over them, or sometimes maybe even when you started dating someone new yourself.
The pain of seeing your former partner move on can cause a lot of confusion, pain, and doubt. It can raise many questions such as, did you make the right decision to let that relationship go. Did that relationship mean as much to them as they did to you is their current relationship better than the one you had with them.
While everyone’s answer to these questions will be different. Here are some key points that can help us to identify what the root cause of that pain might be.
When you intertwine your life with someone else’s over some time, you and that person will share the most intimate ups and downs, share a closest with them, and build a world together which only the two of you can see, it makes them more than just a romantic partner, it makes them your best friend, teammate, and confidence.
So when you lose that partnership. You may be grieving the loss of not only the romantic aspect of the relationship but also the many important roles that person has represented in your life, you may feel like you’ve lost a key part of your support system ego and lack of self-esteem may also be contributing factor of your pain.
If you struggle with low self-esteem, you may wonder what qualities the new partner has that you don’t. While ego may cause you to wonder why your ex chooses to be with someone else. When you have so much to offer.
When going to big life transitions focus your energy on your personal growth. Reflect on the lessons and breakthroughs that you learn from that relationship. And let’s start that discovery of your true potential and guide yourself to building other possibilities for your future. The processor healing pain of your ex comes from different forms, sometimes it’s not always about moving on to the next best thing is to do something creative and your hobby. And looking around you and trying new things, so you can pave the new paths. Life isn’t a one-way street, it’s a series of crossroads and long-lasting journeys of finding yourself.