Topic: ex-boyfriends

Textual Healing: How To Write A Breezy Note To Your Ex

Textual Healing: How To Write A Breezy Note To Your Ex

Text messaging (and other forms of digital communications) is often the fastest way to communicate with friends and acquaintances, but it’s not always the best one. Especially when it comes to texting with guys. Here at Crushable we aim to help you sift through all the subtext and emerge relatively unscathed – with a little help from our friend Amanda Ernst.

No matter how it ended, who broke up with whom or whether or not you’ve already moved on, there comes a time when you have the urge to reach out to your ex. Some people burn bridges, and once a person is out of their life he or she might as well be dead. I must admit I’m not that way. I have attempted to reach out to every serious boyfriend I’ve ever had, and I’m still good friends with a couple. And whether you want to just say hello, or test the waters to see if he’s still single, the key to communication with an ex is the breezy note. More »

Your Ex-Boyfriend, Pop Culture, And You

Your Ex-Boyfriend, Pop Culture, And You

Speaking of the True Blood premiere, the only reason that I got into that show in the first place was because a guy I was dating last September was obsessed with it. Which yeah, seemed a little weird at the time (he was also really into Glee, which should have been a good warning sign right there), but after he basically sat me down and cajoled me into watching what I considered “another stupid vampire thing,” I was hooked. I’ve had the same resistance to Lost, the band The Hold Steady, and sushi: all of them had to be force-fed to me (sometimes literally) by somebody I liked. More »

You Would Take An Ex Back

You Would Take An Ex Back

Okay, we can probably all agree that not every break up is the same. Sometimes, the chance for reconciliation is out there, dangling in some vast unknown future. Other times, the end comes hard and fast, through the discovery of cheating or a big fight. So, when an ex wants to worm his way back into your life, in some cases you’re more receptive than others. More »