Redating your ex boyfriend
The key to making a prudent decision here is to keep an emotional distance until you have made a conscious decision to move forward with your friend’s ex. We all want to be happy, and most of us are looking for someone with whom to live happily ever after.If you go about it the right way, many of these complicated relationships can, at the very least, be given a shot.One thing is the same across the board though; breaking up is hard to do.If you have been through it once you are unlikely to want to repeat the experience, especially with the same person, so what do you do if your ex comes back keen to give it another go?We all know the difference between a fling and something more. Why not just tell her that you’re going to date her ex? I imagine that most women like to have the same sense of consent.A fling and something more is the difference between, “He’s kind of cute,” “It’s fun having someone to be with,” or “It’s certainly better than being alone,” and, “He’s so great; I feel like we really have a connection,” “We have so much in common,” or “I really think there could be something there.” This distinction is the most important factor in deciding if dating your friend’s ex is worth it. But either way, think about it: Would you rather be asked about something or told that something’s going to happen a certain way?
But he also mentioned that there were other women with whom he’d like to go on a date. And if so, tread carefully when spending time with someone who has a history with a friend, especially if you don’t really see a future with the guy. It might be the case that dating this guy would completely ruin a friendship, and you’d have to move to another country. By asking, you let your friend know that you care about the friendship at stake. You’re into it, he’s into it, there’s some serious chemistry, and you might have stumbled upon something really special. In discussing this topic with my female friends, it seems to me that men are especially experienced in dealing with this dilemma. Now, you’re faced with a most unenviable predicament: Walk away from someone who could end up being the love of your life, or put one of your friendships in jeopardy.This exercise can bring up a lot of emotions so make sure you have the time and space to do it – and a box of tissues on hand!Confine your memories to that person and that relationship.