This leads to self-doubt, low self-esteem and in worst scenario – depression. The more stalking occurred, the more distress we experience , scientists say.
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If you don't let the past go, it's going to be hard to start over and make a healthy new beginning together.
Consider seeing a marriage counselor or an individual counselor if you're having trouble moving on but really want to try getting back together.
Give yourself, and your ex, time to heal and evaluate.
According to an article at Psychology Today.com, it's critical to take some time for yourselves before trying to reunite.
It makes sense that it can be tempting to fall back into a relationship with your ex-husband.
After all, something drew you to him in the first place and in addition now you have memories, history and possibly children together.
Other people pick up on that and know you wouldn’t be able to commit. Newer doesn’t always equal better One of the most common reasons why we can’t let go of the fact our ex has a new love is that we automatically assume this new person is better than you in every way.