Do people remember their Ex?

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I mean I remember him. As in I know what his face looks like, but I am not the type to hold onto anything that has no place in my future. I agree with IanYanny.
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Yeah, that's a given if your feelings were ever true
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It depends on the level of impact they have had on your life. This can be eithrt negative or positive.

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My ex was my childhood best friend for a long time (we don't see each other around much, but we're still on friendly terms). My husband said something one that day that reminded me of him. I was transported to old memories and emotions, which I discussed with my husband. He has since worked with and become friends with the ex, which has been amusing.
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Naturally I have several times, but I took care of that the day I went to the alter. I try to avoid anything that would spark something. To me there is no going back. I dread having broken a marriage.
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yes they always remember because both of them had past relationship.

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Yes people do remember their ex.I think this is due to the fact that we can't erase memories,we only forget them for a while.

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of course, its always something in their everyday life that rewinds the mind and creates flashbacks to when they once spent time with that person

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Depends on the ex, right? I still think about some of my exes now and then. They were an important part of my life.

I don't think I'd ever think about an ex I had for 1 week the way Elias seems to with Malika, but different strokes and all.

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I still think about my ex from time to time if something comes along that reminds me of him, so yes.
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I don't think you'd ever forget anyone if you'd truly had a connection with them. You don't forget classmates you've had in the elementary grades, right? It's different from a more emotional sense. As the song goes, "you remember the person, but not the feeling."

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Absolutely! One of my most romantic love affairs was with a man from Switzerland and we carried on a long-distance relationship for almost three years. We saw each other at least once a month, but we wrote letters to each other every day and I still have them. Every once in a while someone will mention ¨Mr. Swiss¨and it will bring back a slew of memories! Many of them written and recorded on paper :)
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It's kind of impossible most especially if what he/she did to you was so painful and unforgivable. You can remember them maybe for the bad things they did.
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