He might not be paying attention to your 358 posts about how great things are now, and trying to spy on his profile to find out what he’s up to won’t help you feel better about the breakup.
Research suggests that people who stay friends with their exes on Facebook report less negative feelings toward their exes when they stay “friends” after the breakup, but report less personal growth and emotional recovery.
That means that if you stay friends, it’s harder to MOVE ON.
This is a double edged sword– because these findings suggest that the very act of staying friends means that your ex will feel less negatively about you over time BUT he will experience less sexual longing and desire to re-kindle the romance.
If you want your ex back, the happy medium is to stay “friends” but do sort of an un-official social media blackout where you don’t post or change anything.
That way, he won’t be seeing much of you on there, have the space to wonder what you’re up to but not have the final feeling rejection of seeing that you unfriended him.
You don’t want to be thrown into jealous mode every time he posts a new picture or an innocuous status update.
by Ari Bines For suckers who choose to remain faithful despite being hundreds of miles away from their significant bae, you'll undoubtedly use Skype/Face Time sex to keep the relationship hot.If there's one thing all men are great at, it's sending mixed-signals.Dudes are pretty useless when they're actually talking to you one-on-one.I have helped hundreds of women get back together with their exes and repair their relationships.If came here because you’re wondering if he’ll come back if you leave him alone, sometimes an ex will have a change of heart and want a woman back all on his own.When he misses you, he longs for you again, and is that much quicker to pick up the phone and start things over with you.