Dating your friend39s ex girlfriend
It is also incredibly rude of his family to act this way.
It’s not nice of them to invite his ex to things and to not invite you, or to encourage him to see her when they know it’s upsetting you. Lastly, it’s completely unacceptable that your boyfriend won’t allow you to talk to your exes, while he’s out having his sleepovers with his ex. He has no right to tell you who you can and can’t talk to, especially when he isn’t considering your feelings when it comes to his relationship with his ex.
I told him I wasn’t comfortable with it, but his mom paid for his ticket to go! We had a big argument about this whole thing, but he refuses to cut the cord with her. What’s going on here is not okay on a lot of different levels.
He thinks it’s okay to sleep in the same room as her, I don’t. It’s one thing for your boyfriend to remain close with an ex, but it’s another thing for your boyfriend to remain this close with an ex who has said she isn’t over him.
Your boyfriend needs to figure everything out, but not while wasting your time.
I’m one of those people who rarely give second chances.
I feel so weird sending this, but I can’t figure out what to do.Giving it a second chance, though, requires you to be braver than you are when you’re dating someone new.You have to forgive and forget, you have to be able to keep the fights clean.He shouldn’t continue to date you since he obviously has unfinished business with his ex – but he wants to have his cake and eat it too.In this case, he gets a girlfriend who lives a few minutes away from him, and an ex who constantly lifts his self-esteem who lives further away.
Dating is hard, and when there are slim pickin’s, it’s not easy to just toss a good guy aside.