Also, I just found out that they are both on a trip together. I am not sure why she would just stop talking to me. You're devastated that your ex stole your friend, but it sounds like you can live with the fact that your friend stole your ex.
My ex-husband lied about who he went with, and she and I haven't talked, so I guess hasn't lied to me. That's good news – because it means you can probably deal with them as a couple ( that's what they are), as long as they're good to you. Either way, let your ex know that it's always better to keep you in the loop.
Maybe the key question to ask, above all others is really, “Is it worth the risk?
” Because, let’s face it, when it comes to love, sometimes you just have to leap.
”, it’s best not to go there and stay just friends.Your best bet is to call your friend and tell her what you've heard. Your daughter should never be the one in the middle. Then explain that you miss her and want to save the friendship. Please know that even if you have a great conversation with your friend and mend your broken relationship, she might prefer to maintain some boundaries when it comes to your ex. For example: Given my massive date-my-friends mistakes, I created questions to ask myself before EVER dating a friend again.If you’re considering dating a friend, ask yourself these six questions and maybe you can stave off some drama, heartache, and friendship loss: Is it loneliness?We have become so close as friends we have adopted each other as forgotten sisters!I never thought such a friendship could ever be found. Many thanks - Gloria We met through your site with a 98% compatibility.If you're a former letter writer and would like to send an update, please email it to [email protected] "update" in the subject line.Tell us how it all worked out and whether we were a help.Is it because you think you can’t find someone else?Is it because you’ve always had a sort of crush and now you’re both single?