3. “It’s OK, don’t worry about what happened, apparently I had bad taste back then.”
It’s like the classic “it’s not you, it’s me” defense. And although that can be a little passive aggressive—not often condoned in relationships—at this point who cares, you’re no longer in that relationship. Besides, this will help you get your point across to an ex without looking crazy and having to fly off the handle.
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