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In the wake of a breakup, we've talked about giving back all the old stuff , and cutting off contact. But traces of your past relationships--and his! Is this cause for concern? A new British study shows that a majority of people purposely keep reminders of their exes around. Why do we do it? However, men's reasons for keeping their exes around may be a little sneakier and therefore more concern-worthy. Yikes, right? Look, I don't see anything wrong with keeping exes, if it's for the right reasons. Most Smitten readers admit to keeping a few!
Will I Stop Thinking About My Ex?
When one person in the couple is left to pick up the pieces of an ended relationship, it can take a while to cope with not seeing, speaking or texting that person every day—or several times a day. You may decide that those old concert ticket stubs and letters should go in the trash to help you at least try to get the person off of your mind. Some of them are hard to part with, especially since they show somebody you loved and shared fun times with, as well as made a lot of wonderful memories with. The person was somebody who was in your life a great deal and consumed most of your thoughts. About One in five men, or 20 percent, in a current relationship stay attached to their photos of exes, and 17 percent said they sometimes felt guilty about keeping them from the other person.
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