Life is hard enough without going through a difficult break up.
Losing someone important can be one of the hardest things to deal with. It only gets worse if you find that your ex is dating someone else. If you are in this situation then following may be the answers you are looking for.

Q: Just realized my ex is dating someone else. Is there a chance the two of us will get back together?
A: If you and your ex were together for a long time, then there's still a chance. Even if they're dating someone else, your ex is probably still thinking of you. Intimacy takes a long time to establish.
The new relationship will eventually suffer as your ex is not yet over the past one they had with you. This is why most rebound relationships abruptly end as people are not yet emotionally ready for a new commitment.

Q: My ex is dating someone else and I heard that they're serious. How could my ex move on that fast?
A: People who just broke up usually speed up things a bit in an effort to bring their current relationship into the same footing as their old one. Simply put, they are trying to maintain the same relationship but with the a different partner.
This could only lead to disaster considering how a person is not yet over the old relationship to enter a new one.
Q: Even if my ex is dating someone else, can I still get us back together?
A: You and your partner used to be crazy with each other until stress created problems between you both-- which destroyed your relationship. The negative emotions which broke the relationship are still there. Regardless of how happy your ex may seem to be, what you should realize is that the two of had a level of intimacy together that the new relationship still hasn't achieved.

Feelings are still there from your ex, no matter whether or not your ex is dating someone else. It takes a long time for intimacy to grow. Your ex would also be comparing you and their new partner constantly. This would cause more problems for their current relationship.

Keep in mind that you can't control your partner or their emotions. The more you focus on their new relationship, the more misery and pain you will create for yourself. Your partner is trying to move on with their life and as much as it hurts for you to know that, you also have to focus on your own happiness.

What can you do right now to help you feel better? Are there aspects of your life that you feel could use some improving? These are the kind of questions you should be asking yourself to help you move on with your own happiness.

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