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Why do people constantly try to make their ex jealous?


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2009-12-19 03:57:43
2009-12-19 03:57:43

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Not all people do. When I left my ex-husband he was the last person I wanted to see and certainly didn't want to make him jealous. I put as much distance between him and I as I could. There are immature people that just want to flaunt the fact someone is interested in them besides you and you may not have a met a girlfriend/boyfriend yet. Just smile.

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WELL, personally, I do it kind of as a "look-what-you're-missing-out-on" thing. I know that sounds bad, but... it's difficult to explain. It's like an impulse. And I don't do it constantly, only in certain situations.

Wrong, you make your currents jealous



In my opinion, people will do that because they feel hurt in some way and want them to feel the same way they do.

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A guy will try to make you jealous to test your feelings for him, if you react he will know. Also, he may be acting in revenge to something you have done to make him jealous. Plus, if he doesn't know that you like him, he may not be doing to to make you jealous.

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Just ask her if she likes you, but if you are to shy then try try to make her jealous if she gets jealous she's all yours.

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because they are ratchet so just ignore them and if they are youre bf then DUMB THEM

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Men try to make a woman jealous because there just being men. There is a time in your life where they will just try and make you jealous even though they cannot commit to you. When its women and we flirt with other men and try to make the men jealous the men get all angry and go crazy. I guess they think they can get away with it.

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be jealous and then try to be friends with that boy until you get close and then you can make her jealous.


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