Dating friends ex girl
“Interested” is not enough of a reason in my book to breach the Golden Dating Rule.
If you said you thought she was “The One” and your “Soul Mate,” I might reconsider, but she would have to hold that sort of potential.
And perhaps more importantly, you’ll be shunned and given skeezy asshole status by her protective posse of friends (as you should be), which means that minus her one rogue friend who’s actually dumb enough to go out with you, you’ll never date anyone else in her circle—or even six degrees of her circle.
It might cause a little tension between her and her friend, but for the most part, we ladies stick together.
My ex says she’s okay with it if we go out, but a couple of my girl friends tell me that I shouldn’t even consider asking her out, no matter what my ex-girlfriend says, so I’m not sure what to do. —TM, Los Angeles, California The straight man’s perspective: Chris Kennedy I’m not a big believer in having a lot of dating rules, but I do hold true to the Golden Dating Rule—do unto significant others as you’d have done to you. Not literally—I’m not recommending fetishes—but see things from her perspective on this.
But sometimes, the heart wants what it wants (sorry for getting Selena Gomez stuck in your head).
If you date him, you could lose her friendship forever.
It’s always wrong to date your best friend’s ex, right? If there aren’t any hard feelings, she’s probably not going to mind.
Despite what girl code might say, it’s not always so black and white. Just make sure she’s not still interested in him first.Download the app and see how much better dating can be! Crystal Crowder Crystal Crowder is a freelance writer and blogger.