How To Insult Your Ex Boyfriend

What to Say to Make Your Ex Angry (What You Need to Know)

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How do you react when an ex insults you?

Instead of pressuring them to believe your version of events, remind them that they have the right to their own feelings and ideas. Don’t expect them to change their ways any time soon, and devise techniques to deflect their drama.

What should you not say to your ex?

According to Dr. Megan Flemming, a New York City-based sex and relationship expert, our desire to contact an ex might be motivated by a variety of factors. Is it for the purpose of establishing a connection? Is it to dismiss them? Is it with the purpose of making the person feel bad? Whatever our motivation, it’s critical to be honest with ourselves (and our ex-partners) about our objectives. In most circumstances, biting your tongue will help you both go forward.

What is the real lesson here? Whatever you feel compelled to say to your ex, unless it is very certain that it would benefit one or both of you in the process of moving on (which it nearly never is), it is probably best left unsaid. The following are seven things you should never, ever say.

“I Miss You”

“It’s vital to be very explicit about your objectives whenever you’re conveying something,” says Dr. Flemming, “whenever you’re communicating something, the consequence or result that you would like to experience.” It’s unjust to reach out to someone you’ve broken up with to show how much you miss them if you have no intention of getting back together, as it will definitely give them the wrong impression.

“I Just Don’t Know Why It Didn’t Work”

It’s critical to maintain a person’s sense of desirability and worth throughout and after a breakup, especially with someone you care about. To do so, you must present specific, verifiable reasons and evidence for ending the connection. “The integrity and ego of the dumpee must be safeguarded. So people want to hear, “It’s not you, it’s me,” as well as a reason why it won’t work “Winter expresses himself. Give your reasons for breaking up during the breakup chat, and stick to them afterward. Being ambiguous is counterproductive to your ex’s healing process and can give them the false impression about where you two stand.

“I’m So Much Better Off Without You”

Winter adds, “This is such a cheap shot.” “We never feel happy when we’re tearing down.” I actually sent this to an ex-girlfriend about a month after we broke up, and I immediately regretted it. Yes, I wasn’t happy with a lot of what he did during our relationship, but telling him so in a fit of wrath after the relationship was finished (and had been for a while) wasn’t helpful to anyone. It didn’t make me feel any better, despite my hopes. Not at all.

“My New Partner Is So Much Hotter/Funnier/Smarter/Better Than You Are”

It’s easy to want to slap the person who broke your heart in the face once you’ve finally moved on and found someone new. Winter, on the other hand, believes that “minimizing the relationship in this way is just in poor taste.” Comparative words like this are excessively painful and detract from the bond you two shared. Furthermore, it makes you appear as if you are overly concerned with winning the breakup. You’ve already won if you’ve discovered someone who is better than your ex. Put a lovely happy-couple photo on Instagram and declare victory.

“You Were Horrible In Bed”

Or anything else that diminishes his or her sexual prowess. “Character assassination is something you should never do,” adds Dr. Flemming. It’s best not to say anything unless it’ll benefit your ex in his or her next relationship (which, honestly, is that really something you want to do?).

“Wanna Hookup???”

Texting (or calling, or asking in person) an ex for a hookup is a terrible idea no matter which side of the split you’re on. Yes, it occurs (#guilty), but it’s a risky thing to do, especially if one of the persons involved is still in love. Winter says, “You appear sad if he or she dumped you, and you appear insane if you dumped them. It’s a no-win situation in any case.”

Is ignoring an ex the best revenge?

The best form of retaliation is to do nothing. Believe it or not, your ex is bothered by your quiet and lack of response, and they regard it as the best suited payback. Silence piques one’s interest more than anything else. Don’t give in to your ex’s demands for a vent or an angry tirade. You are meeting their expectations if you do so. Try using silence as a weapon to get cruel pleasure.

Get public

Linda, from Warwick, laminated a banner and taped it to a roadside crossing, letting her hometown know about her partner Graham’s affairs. “You can stay in bed if she’s that fantastic in bed,” she wrote. “The keys to the Mercedes are in the canal. The locks were changed. The cards have been maxed out. Linda, I wish you a happy new year.”

How do you know when someone isn’t over their ex?

  • 7 Indicators That Your Partner Hasn’t Moved On From Their Ex.
  • Physical chemistry, not emotional connection, underpins your relationship.

What do you say at the end of a break up?

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It’s exhilarating in the beginning. You can’t wait to see your BF or GF, and it’s wonderful to know that he or she shares your enthusiasm. Everything else might be overshadowed by the exhilaration and excitement of a new relationship.

But nothing is ever truly new. As couples grow to know one other better, things alter. Some people find themselves in a secure, close relationship. Other couples become estranged.

There are a variety of reasons why couples break up. One of them is growing apart. You may discover that your passions, ideas, values, and emotions aren’t as well matched as you believed. Another is to change your mind or feelings about the other individual. Maybe you just don’t like being in the same room with each other. It’s possible that you disagree or don’t desire the same thing. It’s possible that you’ve formed feelings for another person. Or perhaps you’ve realized that you’re not interested in being in a committed relationship right now.

Most people experience a breakup (or numerous breakups) at some point in their life. If you’ve ever gone through it, you know how difficult it can be, even if it appears to be for the best.

Why Is Breaking Up So Hard to Do?

You may have conflicting feelings about breaking up with someone if you’re thinking about it. You got together for a cause, after all. As a result, it’s understandable to question, “Will things get better?” “Should I give it another chance?” says the narrator. “Will I come to regret my decision?” Breaking up is a difficult decision. It’s possible that you’ll need some time to consider it.

Even if you are certain in your decision, breaking up requires an awkward or tough talk. The person you’re breaking up with can be upset, disappointed, sad, rejected, or heartbroken as a result of your breakup. When it comes to ending a relationship, you probably want to do so in a respectful and considerate manner. You don’t want to hurt the other person, yet you also don’t want to be sad.

Avoid It? Or Get it Over With?

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Some people try to avoid having to initiate a difficult conversation. Others have a “let’s just get it over with” mentality. However, neither of these ways is the most effective. Avoiding the problem only makes it worse (and may end up hurting the other person more). And rushing into a difficult conversation without thinking it through can lead to you saying something you later regret.

It’s advisable to go for something in the middle: Consider your options so you’re clear on why you want to end your relationship. Then take action.

Break-up Do’s and Don’ts

Every circumstance is unique. When it comes to breaking up, there is no one-size-fits-all solution. However, as you consider having that break-up talk, there are certain general “do’s and don’ts” to bear in mind.

DO:

  • Consider what you desire and why you desire it. Take some time to reflect on your emotions and the reasoning behind your decision. Be honest with yourself. It’s fine to do what’s best for you, even though the other person may suffer as a result of your decision. All you have to do now is do it with tact.
  • Consider what you’ll say and how you think the other person will react. Will your boyfriend or girlfriend be surprised? Sad? Mad? Hurt? Or perhaps even relieved? It can help you to be sensitive if you consider the other person’s point of view and feelings. It also aids in preparation. Do you believe the person with whom you’re breaking up will cry? Has he or she lost his or her cool? What are your plans for dealing with such a reaction?
  • Have the best of intentions. Make it clear to the other person that he or she is important to you. Consider the traits you wish to convey to the other person, such as honesty, kindness, sensitivity, respect, and compassion.
  • Be truthful, but not ruthless. Tell the other person what drew you to him or her in the first place, as well as what you admire about him or her. Then explain why you’d like to go on. “Honesty” does not imply “brutal.” Don’t use the attributes of the other person to explain why something isn’t working. Consider how you can be nice and kind while remaining truthful.
  • Say it out loud. You’ve done a lot of things together. Breaking up in person shows respect (and demonstrates your positive characteristics). If you live a long distance away, consider video chatting or at the very least making a phone call. It may appear like breaking up by text or Facebook is simple. Consider how you’d feel if your boyfriend or girlfriend did something like that to you, and what your friends would say about that person’s character.
  • Confide in someone you trust if it helps. Talking through your feelings with a good buddy might be beneficial. However, make sure the person you confide in can keep it private until you have your break-up chat with your boyfriend or girlfriend. Ensure that your BF/GF hears it from you first, rather than from someone else. That is one of the reasons why talking to parents, older sisters or brothers, and other adults might be beneficial. They’re not going to say anything or let it out by accident.

DON’T:

  • Don’t dodge the other person or the necessary talk. Dragging things out makes things worse for you and your BF or GF in the long term. Plus, when people procrastinate, information can leak out. You never want the person you’re breaking up with to hear about it from someone else before you tell them.
  • Don’t jump into a difficult talk without first considering your options. You may make mistakes that you later come to regret.
  • Don’t be impolite. Respectfully discuss your ex (or soon-to-be ex). Keep your mouth shut and don’t say anything negative about him or her. Consider how you’d react. You’d like your ex to just say good things about you after you’ve broken up. Plus, you never know when your ex will become a friend or if you will reignite a romance.

These “dos and don’ts” don’t apply only to breakups. If someone invites you out but you’re not truly interested, you can use the same techniques to politely reject them.

What to Say and How to Say It

You’ve decided to end your relationship. Now you only need to find a suitable time to chat — and a respectful, fair, straightforward, and kind manner to talk about it. Breakups entail more than just figuring out what to say. You should also think about how you’ll say it.

Here are some ideas for what you could say. Use these suggestions and tweak them to meet your needs and personality:

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“I’m sure there’s another girl/guy who’d love to go out with you,” or “I’m sure there’s another girl/guy who’d love to go out with you.”

  • Pay attention to what the other person is trying to communicate. Be patient, and don’t be surprised if the other person appears irritated or dissatisfied with your words.
  • Give the person some breathing room. Consider sending a kind message or having a friendly discussion to let your ex know you care about how he or she is doing.

Relationships Help Us Learn

Relationships can have distinct meaning and worth, whether they last a long time or a short period. Each connection has the potential to teach us something about ourselves, another person, and what we want and need in a potential mate. It’s an opportunity for us to learn how to care for others and to experience being cared for.

A breakup can also be an opportunity to learn. It’s not an easy task. It is, however, an opportunity to try your best to respect the feelings of others. As painful as it is to end a relationship, it improves our ability to be honest and kind during challenging conversations.

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