And do you warn the new person, or do you stay out of it?
This is tricky territory to navigate, but you don’t have to do this by yourself.
However, after taking into account the different consequences of warning the new partner, or not warning them, hopefully you will be able to come to the decision that is right for you.
Overall, dealing with an abusive ex who is dating again can be a challenge.
This is a tricky question, and is an issue that is not black or white.
Ultimately, it is your decision as to whether or not to reach out and try to warn your ex’s new significant other.
But, is this really a smart strategy to get over a breakup? Mingling, flirting and meeting new people can be very good for your ego.
Let’s look at the pros and cons of starting to date immediately. Getting attention just feels good and offers the opportunity to refresh your flirting skills. If you rush into a new relationship without reflecting on what happened in your previous one, you risk repeating the same mistakes.
Some people find that dating again helps them forget the bad experience they just left behind.While it is possible that your ex sought professional help and changed, how something appears from the outside – or the early stages of the relationship – might not show outward signs of abuse, but it is likely to happen again.Your ex might even be taking extra measures to make sure you and the world see that they are “happy” in their new relationship.However, there can also be fear for your ex’s new partner.So, with all of these feelings, and fear for your ex’s new love, the big ticket question is this: Do you warn this new person? You escaped the emotional and physical battering from your last relationship.