XXX, Ex-wife’s, Ex-girlfriends, Ex-Lovers – Taylor Swift’s Way To Cope

Unless you’re a baby still in the womb, you have probably had an ex. Whether we currently hold the title or someone else does, in whichever case once you become an ex you’re placed into a category. Some people are tougher than others. There are those who are actually nice and with whom you can remain friends. Then there are those you find you cannot even associate with outside of the relationship. In the end, we have all experienced the wrath of a bitterly ended relationship at some point. 

This brings me to the next question, why are they called exes? Let’s dissect this word for a minute. “Ex” is defined as something from the past, something left behind, and something no longer needed nor wanted. The problem is when you are an ex and you didn’t want to be, meaning it’s a one-sided breakup. You can’t help but feel, to some extent, extradited or removed. It feels like you have been completely dismissed from the face of this earth. The feelings of hate, confusion, disgust, and pain, not to mention the feelings of wanting him/her to fix all the damage caused to you, all those emotions are like a gazillion bugs just crawling around in your head.

Let’s talk about ex-wives now. They feel that because they were married to him first they know everything and they have the right to be rude and obnoxious. Not to mention if there are children between them then whoa baby you got a real problem on your hands. Your relationship will be no more than a game of chess. When the queen moves, you better tread carefully because the queen will use her child to manipulate every situation. Your boyfriend or your husband will be nothing more than another one of her subjects. I can hear the screams of “Off with his head!”

On the other hand, ex-girlfriends are a little trickier. They can either be psychotic or passive bitches. But don’t let the passive ones fool you. They can be crazy and neurotic too; they all have it in them. Let’s take Taylor Swift for instance; she wrote a song or two (or was it all of them?) about her exes. How humiliating is that? Do you know what it is to have a hit song written about you as an ex or an ass, whichever suits you best?

You are left with no other choice but to try figuring out why the individual that you have been spending time with and sharing your life with has left you for dead. Some of us slash tires, send hate emails, harass the current victim (yes victim) because now we think they will end up like us or worse than us. As we have said before; “If he did it to me, he will do it worse to you”.

When something like this has happened to you, you can’t help but to grow a thick skin. Rough and prickly, you grow an outer shell, one that encases your heart. Why? Because you’ve been burned, yes badly burned, and it is not all your fault. A lot of things come into play in these situations. Don’t think your innocent, your actions, their actions, and the “great” influences that are our relatives whether our parents, siblings or just friends take a toll in our relationships. Everything that surrounds us comes into effect when we are in a relationship.

So if you are currently in a relationship, and he/she is potentially the future ex, I have some advice for you. Develop some thick skin. And if the one you’re dating has an ex like the ones mentioned above, be prepared. Because that thick skin may not be as thick as you’ll need it. Shrug things off and breathe, he’s with you now or at least till further notice.

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