After four months of trying to get back with me, he gave up and is now dating my best friend. And if you think it's too hard to dump her, just think: would YOU go out with YOUR best friend's boyfriend, especially if he was a PLAYER?
My best friend knows that he's a player, but the one thing that she doesn't know is that he's only dating her to get back at me. Username: Anonymous Well if you know this guy is bad news, then inform your friend and if she doesn't believe, then try to keep an eye to see whether he changed or not because chances are he hasn't and when you or if you find out anything, try to get your friend to believe so that way she doesn't get hurt and you two continue to stay friends. Maybe someone who's actually had experience with this can help you more, but I don't really feel like this is something to fret over so badly.
“You know, if he wasn’t your ex-husband, I wouldn’t mind going out with him. But in a world of broken marriages and relationships, these questions come up all too often. Every situation is different, but here are some considerations to keep in mind: Before asking for the ex’s number, search your heart, pray about it and make sure your intentions are above board.
I spoke to a number of dating experts on the subject, and across the board they all echoed a similar sentiment: throwing a friend's ex into the dating mix can be a bloody disaster.
Who knows, maybe the two of 'em are meant for each other?
If that's the case, then you're much better off without either of them in your life.
I'm not too ashamed to admit I was always a little envious of my best friend when we were growing up.
Not only was she a little bit older than me but she was skinnier and allowed to do things my parents didn't allow me to do.