Would you do spiteful things after a break up?
Relationships don't always go well and can end up in a bad way. Would you go to great lengths to get back at your ex after a break up?
I wouldn't now, but I did in my reckless youth. I once keyed all four side and door panels of my ex's brand new Ford Explorer while walking by it in a parking lot. It made me feel better for a moment, and caused him a huge hassle. It was a pretty mean thing to do to him, and it's not something I would do to anyone now.
NO! i can't go back because it will me you failed to get a new partner
No. I try not to ever look back in life.
An ex becomes a part of my past the minute we are done with our relationship. Thankfully there are over 7 billion people on the planet which makes it easier to "move on" if someone really (wants) to.
Doing spiteful things after a break up only confirms a bitter attitude difficult to move on and it also makes it awkward to try to remain friends after the relationship. Moving on with grace is the right thing to do.
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