Dove Cameron is taking the high road when it comes to her ex-fiance Ryan McCartan.

The two dated for three years after meeting on the set of “Liv & Maddie”. They got engaged in April 2016 only to call off their engagement in October of the same year.

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During a recent Instagram Q&A, McCartan was asked what his proudest moment was.

“Within two weeks, my fiancée cheated on and left me, I almost died from food poisoning, and Donald Trump was elected president. I truly didn’t think I would be able to make it through that part of my life. I’m proudest of the light that came from the darkness. And my ability to survive and turn the anger and sadness I had into positive life changes and a new way forward,” he responded.

Instead of firing back at McCartan over his claims, Cameron posted a message about positivity.

“It’s been years since I’ve felt this good, this capable, this strong and this connected, in general and in terms of my relationship with myself. I’ve been so disillusioned and lost, so dark and so sad, and I only now feel like I’m beginning to find the magic again,” Dove began in her Instagram Stories.

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She also shared a tweet about toxic people on Twitter.

“When a toxic person can no longer control you, they will try to control how others see you. The misinformation will feel unfair, but stay above it, trusting that other people will eventually see the truth, just like you did,” quote, with Cameron adding, “Beautiful.”

The following day, McCartan responded in a social media post of his own.

“I have elected to remain silent about my past because I thought it would be the most effective way to leave it where it belongs,” he wrote in a lengthy Instagram post. “I am no longer comfortable watching the events of my life become so darkly misconstrued. I would like to fairly and diplomatically write about this once and finally.”

He continued: “I think Dove and I fundamentally agree about our relationship with one another. We were young, and immature. Our relationship was dysfunctional. We were a bad match. She has made claims about me and about our past that I don’t think are fair or even true, but she is entitled to her opinion. I have made claims about her and our past that I’m sure she doesn’t think are fair or true, but I am entitled to my opinion. We have individual and conflicting perspectives on the dysfunction of our relationship. That is very normal amongst exes.”

He went on to wish her “nothing but the best. I am grateful for our relationship.” He added that he “learned what love is by learning what it isn’t… People are allowed to be young and make mistakes. People are allowed to grow up and grow apart. We are not at war with one another.”

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I have elected to remain silent about my past because I thought it would be the most effective way to leave it where it belongs. I am no longer comfortable watching the events of my life become so darkly misconstrued. I would like to fairly and diplomatically write about this once and finally. • I think Dove and I fundamentally agree about our relationship with one another. We were young, and immature. Our relationship was dysfunctional. We were a bad match. • She has made claims about me and about our past that I don’t think are fair or even true, but she is entitled to her opinion. I have made claims about her and our past that I’m sure she doesn’t think are fair or true, but I am entitled to my opinion. We have individual and conflicting perspectives on the dysfunction of our relationship. That is very normal amongst exes. • I wish her nothing but the best. I am grateful for our relationship. I learned what love is by learning what it isn’t. People are allowed to be young and make mistakes. People are allowed to grow up and grow apart. • We are not at war with one another. This vortex of repetitive conflict is the result of freely and peacefully sharing our individual perspectives on our past, which is almost always followed by a myriad of social media posts creating a fight where there isn't one. Some of these outlets make their money on ads, clicks and controversy, and if they don’t have a story, they manufacture one. Any claims of lasting or current conflict between me and my previous partner have been methodically manufactured, and are baseless. • This paradigm is one that exists all over the social media landscape. It is my hope that consumers of social media will use this as an example to guard themselves against bias and hyperbole, and to increase their social media fluency in an increasingly untruthful world.

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