Comparing yourself to ex’s new partner

“The View” co-hosts discuss the pros and cons of looking up an ex and whether or not it’s a good idea to compare yourself to his or her new flame.
3:22 | 02/28/20

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Welcome back. So, a woman in an op-ed in "The New York Times" wrote after that she found that her ex-boyfriend's new girlfriend is lady gaga she says got off the initial shock of seeing footage and photos of them all over the media she found it was a motivating thing to compare herself to lady gaga. Okay. Yeah. I read the article and I thought it was so tacky and so trashy and I really hate that she's exploiting lady gaga's new love. I follow lady gaga in all forms of social media. She seems happy with this guy. I also have a little experience with being the more famous one in the relationship and having exes freak out they found out. One of miss husband's ex-girlfriends wasn't happy about it. I have a disclaimer, lady gaga and I both have the same gynecologist 37 serious nap's the fact. Wonderful. I feel like I have to recuse myself from the conversation. So you're basically best friends. I mean, she retired, the doctor, she retired and we both have the same gyno. Listen, I think if you're in that position and, you know -- I'm like, you know, you have a unique perspective. I think it's probably natural to compare yourself and say, oh, did she or he always -- If you want to compare yourself that's one thing. Do it in private. This is all in your head. Go be crazy all by yourself. Yeah, okay. Yeah -- You know, I don't understand what this topic is about. Okay, I can fix it for you. You're whoopi Goldberg, did you ever date anybody and their ex is with -- It's so long. It used to be you would see it in a supermarket, see it in "People" magazine, see that's how -- those are long-ago days. When you go looking for somebody like on Facebook or any of these places if you're looking -- The trolls and the stalking. To me, if you saw it move on. But you don't -- you don't need to compare yourself, you just need to be yourself. Yeah. I have the research department here look up one of my exes. Afound out that -- tracked him down. But I did find out that the guy was dead. The guy was dead. That was shocking. Delaration of Independence. Well, you started it. You started it. We'll be right back.

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