When modern relationships end they leave behind more artifacts then a Pharaoh’s tomb. Email, instant messages, text messages, voice mails, digital pictures and video – and that’s just the personal stuff. What about blog post? Social networks? That tandem skydiving video you posted on YouTube?
You can’t do much about artifacts that have already gone public, but you can reduce your chance of stumbling upon a memento unprepared:
- Block every handle your ex gave you and remove them from your buddy list.
- Set your IM client to accept messages from only people already on your buddy list.
- Remove your ex from your contact list so you don’t make yourself crazy monitoring his or her online habits.
- Destroy all emails from and to. Don’t forget to search for your exes address in the “cc” and “bcc” fields as well as the “to” field.
- Check My Pictures, My Documents and your attachments folder for images to send to the trash.
- Delete your ex’s email from your address book, including from list of multiple recipients. Don’t forget to check your mobile devices too.
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by Regina Lynn