By Cortney Moore

In the latest Bachelorette celebrity news, JoJo Fletcher reflected on saying goodbye to her prospective beau Chad Johnson. According to People.com, Fletcher opened up about her celebrity relationship with Johnson, saying, ”Chad Johnson was one of my top guys, but I started hearing about drama.” The 25-year-old reality TV starlet was truly surprised by Johnson’s behavior in the house. “When I finally saw, it blew me away,” she said. Fletcher went on to say that Johnson wasn’t meant to be her husband, but she wishes him the best. However, it appears Johnson isn’t too broken up about the split and is scheduled to appear on the reality TV spin-off Bachelor in Paradise.

This celebrity news isn’t exactly shocking. What are some ways to get rid of an obsessive ex?

Cupid’s Advice:

Breakups are rough. At some point you’ll get over the split and will go on with your life. Your ex may not be as fortunate and may try to cling onto the past. Let Cupid help you get rid of your obsessive ex:

1. Tell the truth: Be honest with your ex and let them know that you no longer see a future with them. Telling the truth might be hard, but it’s unfair to mislead and string them along. Your ex may finally let you go in peace if they understand there’s no hope for a relationship.

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2. Cut them off: Another great option is to cut off all communication with your ex. This includes ignoring texts and calls. You may even need to use the block features on your phone and social media accounts. It might seem harsh, but disappearing from your ex’s life is a sure way to get rid of them.

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3. Move on: If for whatever reason you still want to stay in contact with your obsessive ex, another option you may have is to show that you moved on from them. If you’re happily single, make sure your ex can see that. And when you’re finally dating again, make sure your ex is aware of that too. A happier and busier you may deter your ex from pursuing a romantic relationship with you.

Have you ever had to get rid of an obsessive ex? How did you do it? Share your comments below.