My ex girlfriend is dating my best friend
My knee-jerk response was "Duh, who wouldn't be pissed?" Oddly enough, after viewing some of the discussion on the comment thread, I realized that my judgment might have been a little harsh.Alternatively, maybe this is a friendship that you need to let go of. If you want to stay friends, take a temporary but hard break. See a professional if you need to, because the more you actually deal with what you’re feeling, the healthier and better off you’ll be.You’re never going to know until you have the hard conversation. That means no Facebook stalking, no texting, and no Twitter creeping. While a good chunk of my friends were supportive and there for me, my other friends were eager for me to get over it. But know that those social weirdnesses all smooth out eventually, one way or another.the amount of love, commitment and investment you had in your relationship with your ex-boyfriend.If the woman is a close friend, the likelihood of this becoming an issue is slim.I can honestly say there are some ex-boyfriends that, if they find happiness, God bless them, because I know it was crazy between us.But there are two ex-boyfriends who hold a special place in my heart because even though I know it could never work between us, I recognize the impact we each had in each other's lives.
The second factor, which may seem contradictory, is that it depends on how much you invested in and loved the ex-boyfriend.
Just hit the block button for six weeks, and you’d be amazing at how much better you feel. Be as upset as you want to be Chances are, things are going to get awkward with your mutual friends.