Originally posted by -Roshan-
This shouldn't happen, though. It's very hurtful. Yes, they have both moved on in life, but at one time, they were together. They must have shared some really good moments back then.
If, at a later stage in your life, you tend to keep ignoring and not acknowledging the presence of the people who once made your past, you are implying that the time you spent with them was fake and pretentious. This kind of puts a question mark on your current relationships too.
Yes, I agree I am no one to analyze their life for them, but I do know that when relationships go sour, there's still a little bit of those sweet memories left. The least they could do is be cordial with each other. However, ignoring each other totally is not an ideal thing to do.
I totally agree with what you said. But many times, it's very difficult to be cordial to somebody who did not even have the courtesy to tell you that they've moved on.
I don't mean SK-KKK. But obviously their breakup was bitter for him 10 times more than her.
While it isn't an ideal situation, I can completely understand if she doesn't greet him, or he doesn't greet her.
Sometimes, it's only a defence mechanism to hide the memories someone brings up.