What does it mean if your ex likes your Instagram photo?
As Barrett explains, the most common reason an ex keeps liking all your photos is because they weren’t totally ready for the relationship to be over, and by commenting on or liking your photos, they are basically trying to keep some kind of connection between you alive.
Is it weird to like an ex’s Instagram post?
If you are liking your ex’s posts because you are on good terms and there’s no lingering romantic attachment, this is OK, but best saved for major life events. “Unless you had a really solid friendship before you began dating, you should try and keep a little bit of distance,” says Kenny.
Why do exes look at your Instagram stories?
They are just curious They want to know how interesting your life is and how much it has changed. Let’s be honest, we are all curious about our exes’ lives. Probably because we want to see how much impact we had on someone’s lives.
Why do exes look at your social media?
Exes can also watch Instagram stories as a way to gather more information. They may be popping by out of friendly curiosity, to see what you’ve been up to. Or they may be checking in to see how you’re doing, as a way to gauge where you’re at in the breakup recovery process.
How do you know if your ex is still interested?
Your ex will probably find reasons to contact you if they’re still interested. Check how often they call, text, or talk to you in person. Similarly, consider if they start the conversation back up after it has ended. This might be a sign they like you.
Why do exes stalk you on social media?
They’re Seeking Closure. We all knew that ‘ghosting’ and ‘haunting’ had to somehow be connected, right? If you had an ex (or even just a casual fling) that you ghosted, it’s pretty understandable that they might check up on your social media activity as a way of finding some form of closure, even months after the fact.
What does it mean when an ex follows you on Instagram?
According to Brown, an ex following you on Instagram could mean that they miss you, either romantically or just as a friend. “Perhaps they truly are over the romantic aspects of your relationship, but they cherish your friendship and want to continue to include you in their life,” Brown explains.