Is My Ex Girlfriend Over Me? Signs She’s Moved On

There’s one burning question that keeps you up at night and invades your thoughts on a daily basis. “Is my ex girlfriend over me?” You wish you knew. It’s so hard to understand the things she does, isn’t it? One moment you are convinced that she still has strong feelings for you and the next moment you feel as though you’ll never hear from her again. You need to stop worrying and the best way to do that is to gain some insight into how women think. Understanding the clues in the way a woman handles herself around her ex boyfriend will help you gauge whether your ex really is interested in you still or whether she’s just being friendly.

Here are a few clues that she is indeed over you:

She never initiates contact with you. Are you typically the one calling or texting your ex girlfriend? Think back to the last few times that the two of you talked. Was she the one who reached out to you or did you do all the reaching yourself? If your ex girlfriend is ready to move on with her life, she won’t be thinking about getting in touch with you. If you’re unsure about this, just stop contacting her for a couple of weeks and see what the results are.

She’s already started dating someone new. There’s a large misconception floating around that suggests that when someone immediately starts dating after their break up that it’s purely and solely a rebound situation. It often is but in many cases, that’s not what it is at all. If your ex girlfriend is already enjoying the company of another man, don’t comfort yourself with the idea that she’s just doing it to either get over you or make you jealous. She may actually be serious about the new guy. Typically when a woman is still holding on to some feelings for her ex she won’t be chasing after anyone new.

She doesn’t acknowledge “important” dates anymore.  If you’ve celebrated a birthday since the break up and you heard nothing from your ex, that’s not a promising sign at all. Women, traditionally, are the ones who love acknowledging special dates including the birthday of the man they love, Valentine’s Day, and the anniversary of when you two first began dating. If those dates pass and she ignores them completely, her heart isn’t in the relationship the way it used to be.

She has no interest when you start dating again. For most women jealousy is par for the course when the man they adore shows some interest in another woman. Eventually you may decide that it’s worth dating again to see if your ex girlfriend will react. This is never advised. You should really only start dating again because you feel it’s the right time. Regardless of your motivations for spending time with someone new, if your ex girlfriend is stone faced or if she congratulations you and wishes you well, there is no longer an emotional attachment for her.

It’s a bitter pill to swallow when you realize that your ex girlfriend has moved on and has left the relationship you two shared in the past. If you still love her, you’re going to feel torn between moving on as well or trying to get her back. If you feel, deep within your heart, that the break up was indeed a mistake and your future path should be together, there is an ingenious and very effective way to get her interested in you again. This approach works even if she’s taken the step of dating again.