Itching to send your ex another message? We can't blame you. It really is difficult to get used to a new routine after a breakupa—a routine that doesn't include that person you've been so used talking to and spending so much time with.

Good thing that these days, the internet knows how to help people who just need to stop texting their exes. Instead of sending him/her another message, you can just write down your text message in this spreadsheet called Texts I Wanna Send My Ex, which Sean Drohan started. (via Time.com)

Messages range from sad ("Please take me back; I still love you") to hilarious ("The best thing I got out of our relationship was the bracelet your mom gave me for Christmas"). There are even a few that just wish their exes the best, messages that will truly inspire you to move on. 

TBH, it's one of the best alternatives if you're really itching to text your ex.

This story originally appeared on Candymag.com.

* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

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