Here’s How To Stop Seeing Throwback Photos Of Your Ex On Facebook

Come on, there’s a reason why you guys broke up, right?

Facebook’s “On This Day” feature may be a work of genius sometimes, especially when you feel like reminiscing what you did five years ago, but it also reopens old wounds and brings to mind bad memories. You know, like that photo of you and your ex looking like you could get married the next instance when you’re actually not on talking terms now.

The good news is, there is a way to stop the bad memories from appearing on top of your news feed in the form of this feature. Metro discovered this simple way that will get rid of the heartache in an instant (well, not really, but close enough).

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All you gotta do is hit the menu on the left side (or swipe left if you’re using the app), then click on “On This Day” to change your preferences. You can block dates or even people. Which means no more “100th day anniversary celebration with bb” notifications (with your ex tagged in the photo) popping up on your news feed!

Confused? Here’s a step-by-step guide.

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