We hung out last night and my ex showed up and he yelled out

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I was dating a guy for 3 months, and then it just got old and boring, and all he ever wanted to do was either sit at my house, or his house and watch TV all the time. I got sick of it, and I broke the relationship off. One of the guys from my exs football team and I had started to talk a little bit over the past couple of months, and recently, he had broken up with his girlfriend. We were talking at school for a week straight, and then I asked him what his cell number was, so I could call him that night. So I called him, and while I was at work he text messaged me. And things kept going on like this. Then he asked me if I wanted to hang out. I said yes, and we went to the mall shopping, and then we went out to dinner, and then drove around until we got to Stop & Shop, adn then we just sat there in my car talking. Then he kissed me. And now we talk all the time, and hang out. There are two problems: my ex is not over me, and his ex is not over him. We hung out last night and my ex showed up and he yelled out "why dont you go have sex with ____ again?" in front of everyone at the basketball game. it was embarrassing. Today we had a delay from school, but I didnt have to go to school today, so at 8 I went and picked him up and we went to my house and just hung out. WHAT DO I DO?? please help me

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Dealing with ex's is rarely easy.

Ideally when a couple splits up they agree to be friends so that the afteraffects aren't too bad if one wants to keep the relation going.

It's probably impossible for you to go back and become friends with your ex, but if you can think of some way to do it then that would be good. The same goes for your b/f and his ex.

Meanwhile you will have to deal with them the best you can. One thing to do is to write down the date and time that either one of them harasses you in public or on the phone. It's possible that if things get too out of hand you could get the police to put a restraining order on him.

Good luck! George

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