When to Block Your Ex

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Block Your Ex

Have you broken up with someone and it took forever to get over the heartbreak just to have them text you a few months later to bring back all of those emotions again?  Are they someone that seems to make your world a mess every time they come back in it because you miss them terrible?  Here are some signs that you need to block your ex:

Drunk Texting

When you think about someone and you get drunk, the first thing that you want to do is to text them and see how they are. If you are always drunk texting your ex, chances are that you need to block their number and delete it form your phone. These emotions are unhealthy for you.

Blocking and deleting their number will stop you from texting them and upsetting yourself when you get sober the next day.

Special Days

Do you have an ex that texts you to wish you a happy birthday or Merry Christmas? When these texts come through, do they make you miss them even more than you did? If you are getting these texts and they bother you, it can be time to block your ex’s number.

Emotional Support

Are you texting your ex whenever you feel emotional or whenever you are having a bad day? You are not with this person anymore and they are not your emotional support. When you find that you are doing this, it can be a time that you need to block their number.

New Partner

You started dating someone new and you are finally over your ex, except they text you and ask how your day was and this brings up all kinds of emotions. Don’t let them ruin your new love life.

You Love Them

Maybe you are someone that has recently broken up and you just aren’t over your ex yet. It takes time to move on from someone and you don’t want to send them text messages and phone messages about how much you love and miss them. This can be hurtful for you and them.

You Want to Forget Them

Forgetting your ex is going to be one of the hardest things that you have ever done, but you can do this. It won’t work well for you though if they call you or if you call them. This can set back your healing time by weeks or months.

You Aren’t Sure if The Breakup Should Have Happened

You and your ex might be struggling to decide if the breakup should have happened or if you should be together. If this goes on and there have been emotional problems that you have had to deal with because of the breakup, the best thing you can probably do is to block their number.

You Can’t Be Friends Yet

If you and your ex just broke up, chances are that you aren’t going to want to be best pals yet. Even though a friendship could happen, this is going to be too soon for you to make that decision. If you feel that you need some space for now, block their number until you are ready.

Your Heart Hurts

You might have been waiting and hoping that your ex would call you back and tell you that they messed up and they want to be with you for the long haul. If this didn’t happen, blocking their number is a way to finalize the breakup so that you can move on.

You Don’t Have to Say Why

You can block their number just because you want to. You don’t have to give anyone a reason for doing this. If this is what you want to do, then you need to just go ahead and do it and bring peace into your life.