Scarlett Johansson Devastated by Budding New Romance!
Popeater.com has recently reported that Scarlett Johansson is not very happy about ex, Ryan Reynolds', newest romance with Sandra Bullock.
Scarlett Johansson is a very private person and, until reading this, I had no clue they had ever been married! On New Year's Eve, Reynolds and Bullock were photographed together, causing a lot of rumors and speculation. However, it is said that they are both leaning on each other for support. This is a very awkward time for all parties involved.
From personal experience, seeing your ex with someone new is usually devastating, especially if you have just broken up. I remember my senior year of high school, I dated a sophomore named Nathan who swept me off my feet after a bad break up with his roommate at the time. He was from a very strange family who ended up hating me. However, after four months of dating and lies, I remember walking back to my dorm on a snowy December night and there he was — making out with a friend of mine upstairs. Up until that spring, we could not be in the same room together. I felt betrayed and hurt! How could he? How could she?!?!
Around spring, maybe a month or two before graduation, she sent me a message on Facebook:
I know Nathan hurt you and I'm sorry. I just wanted to let you know that I don't hate you and you looked beautiful before Senior Dinner Dance (our prep school version of prom). I hope you don't hate me anymore."
Being a sucker for flattery, I took her back as a friend. I remember the next day, I went up to her room to say "hello" and she was upset, crying because he had hurt her. They ended up dating off and on for a year and a half, if I remember correctly.
You have to forgive as best as you can. It's hard, but, what good does it do to be bitter? As humans in today's fast-paced world, we are bombarded constantly with stress triggers. Why do we need one more?