At first I thought it was just me, but after talking to others I found out that for many people ex girlfriends, ex boyfriends, ex acquaintances, and ex everything else will call up during the holidays. It’s almost as though they actually “use the excuse of the holidays” to “justify” contacting you. Never mind the fact that you probably severed the relationship on bad terms. Never mind the fact that you told them you never wanted to hear from them again. No matter how wrong they were most of them figure they can “wipe the slate clean” by just checking up on you with a holiday wish. For me personally I don’t have a problem with it, but I just happened to notice that it seems to happen more frequently around this time of year. Then I found that others said they go through the same thing. Does this mean that we can actually “expect to hear from ex’s during this time of year? Relationships are funny sometimes. We often think we have it bad until we move on to someone “who may actually turn out to be worse.” Also a lot of us never learn from the previous relationships, often repeating the same mistakes (just with a new partner). However, there are also plenty of us who are “very happy” with the person we are now with, and that is a “blessing.” I don’t want to get off track, but I just wondered if hearing from your old acquaintances during the holidays applied to just me or to many others out there? As far as I know there is no law against it, but “should there be?” Well, thank you for checking out my Daily Thought, and as always I wish you the very best that life has to offer.
Actor/singer Tyrese with Brett Jolly in left background