It’s time for another look at “What I Kept Of My Ex” (Click to read the first post if you missed it!)
There’s something about the end of the year that makes people sentimental.
Maybe it’s the good old holiday spirit, maybe it’s being back in your old bedroom, or maybe it’s just having enough time off work to start dwelling on your mistakes. We keep things – and usually there is a reason why. You hated that person. That was a failed relationship. It hurts when you think of what used to be. The feeling of joy is overwhelming.
What is something that your ex gave you that you kept – and why did you keep it?
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Thanks to all involved in this process, which does feel exactly like Christmas Eve.
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