New Delhi: In a perfect world, one relationship ends amicably and a new one begins. No links, no memories, no heart bitterness. But the world we live in isn’t perfect. Breakups are often awkward and leave you with a shared past you didn’t want.
Dating app QuackQuack surveyed individuals between the ages of 21 and 35 to find out their thoughts on raising their current partners and ex-boyfriends.
According to the report, 61% of people discuss ex-partners and current partners. They advocate talking to your partner about what’s upsetting you. However, 39% worry that it will damage their relationship. Talking about your ex It’s like stepping into unknown territory.
healthy relationship check
According to 47% of women between the ages of 25 and 30, talking about their new spouses and ex-boyfriends indicates they are in a strong and stable relationship. There is no reason to hesitate to discuss the past. Everyone wants to be a tough cookie until their mental health is compromised. After talking about your ex and the pain of a breakup, you will feel lighter and happier.
Bonds of Trauma
56% of people over 30 in Tier 1 and Tier 2 cities talk about their ex-partners, but claim their conversations are about the trauma they caused to each other, not their ex-boyfriend. Their relationship is often strengthened by hearing each other’s stories about previous tragedies.
Some have mentioned focusing on the positive aspects of their exes.
Did you hang up on your ex?
38% of surveyed users between the ages of 18 and 25 said they don’t want to talk to their spouses about ex-girlfriends and related topics. They believe that raising your ex could be a sign that you still have feelings for them.It’s best to move on from the past. Some people have commented that it is unfair to cast your current lover in the same way as your previous lover. There is a possibility
red flag green flag
Do you argue with your partner every time they bring up the subject of your ex-girlfriend? Think what 43% of women in tier 1 and tier 2 cities have to say about such behavior.They said they consider it a major red flag in relationships. They wanted to know what was going on.
52% of men between the ages of 30 and 35 think it’s strange that their spouse doesn’t bring up their ex-girlfriend when they’re dating. Some of these men revealed that if a spouse seems to avoid talking to their ex or withhold information about their previous relationships, it could be a sign of bad news. Why do you want to claim that you’ve never dated? Your ex is one of the decisions you make and you are all of them!
Quarrel with Boo
Studies have revealed certain risky trends among younger individuals compared to more mature individuals. 26% of women between the ages of 21 and 25 brought up unpleasant arguments and unnecessary pressure in their relationships by bringing up ex-girlfriends or simply using their names.
QuackQuack Founder and CEO Ravi Mittal said: