It can even make you feel inexplicably jealous. Is he making more of an effort? Is he being more honest? The truth is, he may be treating his new girlfriend better because he learned from your relationship.
Let's face it: Wanting to make your ex jealous is a pretty natural human desire. When someone breaks your heart, it can feel like the best revenge is to simply move on and start dating someone new. But entering into a new relationship when you're still stuck on your ex isn't the best idea, especially if you're just dating someone to make your ex jealous , hoping they'll come back to you. Neither person is getting a fair share. Not only is dating someone just to make your ex jealous unfair to your new partner, but it's also not the right way to handle your broken heart or get your ex back. And on top of that, it's also really not fair to yourself.
Somebody told him that I had a new guy or something to that effect and once he heard this he was very upset. He was texting me numerous times trying we're friends tell me what is why can't you how tell me you're back trying to make me jealous. Now there isback still a new guy in my life, someone had back told him that to trying his reaction.
I would never judge someone for wanting to give their ex a healthy little dose of regret. I mean, that's basically what breakovers and super-hot dates to a mutual friend's wedding were invented for. But there's a difference between hoping to run into your ex looking your very best and watching him eat his heart out, and actively reaching out to your ex to repeatedly say "HA!