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Also, some of my exes have children that I had become acquainted with. My fiancé doesn't fancy my exes being flirtatious on FB. But once the comments get a little hotter than ‘friend zone’ chatter, they're gone!
It’s no fault of theirs that we broke up, so no need to punish or wipe the person out of their lives completely. ”“I think people who keep too many exes as friends usually have problems letting go.
It starts with a few Facebook likes (the new way to flirt these days). Otherwise, what’s the point of remaining Facebook friends with an ex? Hence, in all of the above, I think it’s time to electronically say goodbye (since we’d already said goodbye in person). Recently, we asked Bustle readers to chime in on this controversial paradox and here’s what they had to say when asked: “Do you stay Facebook friends with exes? ”“I consider myself a trusting person, but with forums like Facebook, it’s too easy to stay in touch with the wrong people. It’s the age-old thing: Can men and women be ‘just friends,’ and I say no way!
I only keep Facebook friends whom I can genuinely call on as a friend—to meet up, call to help ease my pain (or theirs) after a breakup, have fun with. (I doubt it, not in the true sense of friends.) All in all, I think it depends on your definition of “friend” and that remaining friends with exes on Facebook is a case-by-case basis. What is appropriate (no engagement or commenting—or some)?
Neither of our significant others have a problem with it and I think he and I will always stay friends because of our long-term relationship.”“I'm friends with most of my exes on Facebook because I like to make sure I know what's going on in their lives—even if it kills me. Of course, it doesn't stop me from going on his page from time to time.”“I am not a psychologist, but I do have a BA in psychology.
I keep in touch with him and his family because we were together for so long.
Trying to get over an ex is hard enough without ‘casually’ checking their page to see what they're doing and whom they're doing it with and vice- versa!
”“Some people delete or block exes to avoid misunderstandings.
I think, depending on the seriousness of the relationship, keeping an ex on social media is pointless.
If it was a serious relationship—whether it ended badly or not—I think it's best to delete him or her off of all sites. FB just loves to tell you what’s going on—all you need is a couple of mutual friends.