Friend dating my ex boyfriend
I know that when I lied about being okay with my friend dating my ex, it was because I didn't want to look like the lame girl who couldn't move on, and because I really didn't want to lose my friend, even though I was mad at her.
When it comes down to it, this really just isn't a nice thing to do.
There is a very good chance that you could lose your friend here, and you have to ask yourself: is he worth it? If this girl is a good friend to you and has always been there for you, why risk losing her?
How would you feel if one of your besties started dating your ex? You would probably start wondering if they always felt this way about each other. Source: Shutter Stock Even if you have your friend's permission, things are going to be a little awkward.
Coping requires knowing your feelings, talking to your friend and deciding upon some strategies to keep your friendship intact.
There are exceptions to every rule, but one girl code I’ve always lived by is this one: don’t date your friend’s ex.
You might start worrying that things were going on behind your back when you were dating him. It doesn't feel good, and you wouldn't want someone to make you feel this way, so... Adjusting to this new dynamic won't be easy for anyone. If your friend gets really angry that you're dating her ex and you two stop being friends, chances are, you'll lose at least one more friend.
At first, we got in a huge fight and I thought we would never be friends again.I still miss her sometimes, and I still wish he was never in the picture.Dating a friend’s ex is just messy, no matter how you put it.In the passenger seat was my high school boyfriend.We had become infatuated with one another senior year, and we were now facing the inevitable relational shift: going to different colleges.