Not all relationships work out, but it can be really awkward when people ask why you split up with your EX.
If you have been in a relationship for a while, a lot of nosy people will want to know why it is over. They will want to know if something happened if one of the parties involved cheated or hooked up with someone else.
Answering a lot of intrusive questions can be awkward, especially if you go to the same school or work with your Ex. You are under no obligation to provide the nitty-gritty details of why the relationship ended. It is often more respectful to leave a lot of things unsaid.
It’s a given that people are going to talk about your relationship being over. Accept it and move on. Especially people who have nothing going on in their own lives.
Next time someone asks an intrusive question about why you broke up, use one of our clever comebacks.
Best comebacks when people ask why you broke up with your Ex
1. My knight in shining armour turned out to be a loser in aluminum foil.
2. My ex is an ex for a reason, he is an EXample of what I don’t want in my future.
3. My ex-boyfriend told me I’d look better if I lost weight. I told him that he would look better single.
4. Ex means: thanks for the EXperience, our time has EXpired, now EXit my life.
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When you are dealing with a person who asks why you broke up with your EX and you find it stressful, consider getting support from a professional. Talking to a counselor is a great way to work through a challenging situation, and help you find some strategies to work through the person’s behaviour.
Better Help is a great resource where you can talk to a counselor from the comfort of your own home.
Taking care of your own needs isn’t selfish, and you will feel better in the long run.