I know I'm not alone in feeling devastated over an ex moving on.
A lot of my friends have confessed they've felt the same way, especially when they're forced to find out through social media.
Most importantly, I prefer pouting to smiling, and I’ve never posted an “inspirational” quote with a shimmery background in my life.On the rare occasion I do post words on to social media outlets, it’s a wicked societal commentary, rich with sarcasm.Within minutes of taking in her slew of toothy selfies and college girl quotes, I drew some pretty drastic conclusions about a girl I had never met nor spoken to. She probably played soccer in high school and had a mom who baked. And it cut the surface of my skin with such a piercing intensity, its sting broke through to the core of my heart."Maybe she's just a friend," I thought — until I saw comments from her friends like "he's a cutie! But that didn't stop his new profile picture, with an unknown woman next to him.(Sure, she could be a friend, but seeing two people in the same profile picture is basically a giveaway.) Again, I didn't feel I had the right to be upset.