Is Brad Pitt using old material in his serious romance with Angelina Jolie? Â The longtime duo went on a special date on Monday at de Mondion restaurant at the Xara Palace hotel in Maltaâ€™s walled medieval city of Mdina, reports UsMagazine.com. Â The couple was spotted walking in hand-in-hand and choosing an outdoor table.Â An observer at the restaurant said, “They were very, very romantic â€¦ Like a couple in love.” Â Despite the love in display, Pitt not only dined at the exact restaurant with his ex-wife, Jennifer Aniston, in 2003, but they also sat in the same outdoor area.Â Before leaving, the then-couple signed the guest book. Â “Thanks for the great escape.Â Much love, Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston.”
How do you avoid making your new partner feel like a replacement for your ex?
You mightâ€™ve finally moved on to a new relationship, but to keep your new sweetheart and avoid making him or her feel like a replacement for your ex, there are a few things to keep in mind:
1. Donâ€™t speak about the ex too much: Avoid over-mentioning your ex to your new partner.Â If you canâ€™t stop talking about your ex, that means you arenâ€™t ready to move on to a new relationship.
2. New activities: Try new activities instead of making your partner participate in the ones you and your ex favored together. Â You might even discover new talents and interests.
3. New places: Taking him or her to the exact restaurant or trip you enjoyed with your ex is okay, but itâ€™s more exciting when you take your significant other to areas youâ€™ve both never visited. Â It’s a more unique and special experience.
Do you have ideas on how to avoid making your new partner feel like a replacement for your ex? Â Share your thoughts below.