My goodness! Your ex won’t take the hint and leave you alone! Here’s some steps you can take to get rid of them, now!
1. Block them out of your life
First, know that not only do you have the right to block an ex out of your life, there will be reasons will be instances when you’re faced with no other choice but to completely block them out of your life.
Beyond this, doing a complete break-off allows you the time and the space to heal. They can go to Toronto escorts and you can use online datine apps to pass your time. You can’t heal if you’re still holding on to photo r any other trigger items that take you back to that place when you believed that love would last forward.
So what steps do you need to take to instigate a complete break-off? Start by performing a social media cleanse. Unfollow and block them on all of your social channels. Don’t forget about any mutual interest groups that you two might have shared.
Keep in mind that on Facebook (for example), although you can block your ex from your personal posts, you can’t block your ex from seeing your posts in any of the groups, especially if the group has a public designation. And while you’re at it, block their phone number from your phones, too.
2. Make it plain
In too many instances, it’s tempting for ex lovers to play a game of back-and-forth. They have an argument, they unfollow each other, and they might even block each other. Then when things cool down, they’ll instant message each other, and the cycle starts all over again.
Even if you’ve done this before, this time you’ll need to make things plain. Tell your ex with all of the seriousness you can muster that you’re done, you don’t want any further contact, and you’re demanding that they stop contacting you.
3. Warn your friends and family
Unfortunately, some of the more pathetic, manipulative exes will try to enlist the help of your friends and family in order to insert themselves back into your life. And some will use your friends and family to make you look crazy or abusive!
Warn your personal circle immediately after going no-contact with your ex. They are not to get involved in this sick game, and as a matter of fact, your loved ones should reinforce your desire for no-contact.
But if none of these strategies work…
4. Call the authorities
If your ex is showing clear boundary violations that include failing to leave you alone or stalking, then it’s time to get the authorities involved. You’ll feel embarrassed going to the cops about your dramatic romantic life, but keep in mind that you have every right to protect yourself from predatory behavior.
In fact, in the U.S., there are police stations staffed with female cops and social workers who are tasked with helping victimized women to process paperwork against an abusive ex. And to be clear: Predatory behaviors are abusive and illegal.
5. What if there’s children?
The worst part about dealing with an ex is if you have children with these pathetic people. While you can ask for your privacy, you’re not allowed to block them from their children, unless a judge rules in favor of blocking them from their children.
6. What if they threaten self-harm?
In the most extreme cases, your ex will threaten self-harm if you refuse to speak to them. In that instance, send the authorities to their home. Then don’t get involved any further. But before things become this tragic, they’ll probably give up and leave you alone.