What is interesting to note is the large number of reactions since the initial posting.The original posting and all responses can be found at: Mail Question: "I just found out recently, after being with my boyfriend for more than a year, that he keeps a folder on his computer with recent pictures of his ex-girlfriend which he downloaded from her Facebook account a couple months ago.Does your boy or girlfriend, husband or wife, keep hidden pictures on the computer of former lovers? Schwartz" entitled: "My Boyfriend Saved Pictures of his Ex-Girlfriend on His Computer." Following is a sample of two responses to this question that was posted back on January 13, 2010.
I looked into it in the first place because he keeps to himself a lot and I feel as if he's hiding things from me. "After an on again off again 2 yr relationship, my boyfriend asked me to move in with him.I feel really uncomfortable and sad about the situation and would like to talk to him about it. I couldn't help myself and went snooping on his computer only to find that 100% of the photos we had taken during our relationship had been deleted (probably during our last break up) but.......It takes no great leap in thinking to surmise that poor relationship skills causes someone to go from one partner to the other. Keeping such photos is an example of poor relationship skills. The success of all intimate relationships is based on a foundation of trust.
In most of the cases cited on the web site, pictures were clearly hidden on the computer and were uncovered as a result of snooping.I love her to death and would never cheat on her with my ex wife or anyone else, but its just hard to let go of the pictures. But you should ask him about it, and if he acts nasty because of it, drop him.If he tells you he doesn't know why he still keeps them he's probably telling the truth." As adults, it is always correct to assume that the individual with whom you enter an intimate relationship had former lovers.Naturally, the one exception is if a man or woman has children that makes contact with the former partner inevitable. The answer to that question is not difficult and is partially answered by the second posting.The man wrote the response clearly states that he is aware of the fact that if his girlfriend found his photos of his ex wife she would feel very hurt. "You are a cockroach." In his inebraited state, Cody had no resistance at all to a vampire mind control. I must go nowand I urge you not to look back.” ― Kamand Kojouri tags: autumn, back, break-up, breaking-up, chains, come-back, days, ex, ex-boyfriend, ex-girlfriend, give-up, go, gone, heartbreak, hope, hopeful, hopeless, indulge, kamand, kamand-kojouri, kojouri, love-poem, memory, mind, over, poem, quote, recite, relationship, remember, summer “All we shared was a mattress, and a lie, and an address Baby I don't need you, well baby I don't need you Once occupied by a goddess, now it's a room full of boxes She said, "it's time to leave you" but baby I don't need you! Instead, I see the phrase and imagine a colon after “bitches,” rendering it a command to other women, a battle cry. Extinguish it once and for all."Do not look back," they say. Chances are, whatever he's calling his ex right now, he'll be calling you when things don't go his way. By being a friend, even if an actual friendship is impossible. By considering how one might feel if the tables were turned.