There are, of course, probably a few women in the world who really wouldn’t care, and maybe your ex is one of those women. Swim in a different dating pool if you really value a genuine friendship with this woman.The gay man’s perspective: Darren Maddox First of all, if she’s interested in you, let her ask you out!
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.
Even if someone isn’t your significant other anymore. I don’t care how over a girl I was, I’d have a pretty tough time if my ex started sleeping with my friend. And wouldn’t it burn you that the only reason they know each other is because of you? I don’t know how long your relationship was, but if it was of any significant time, this would be really awkward.
Sure, you say you and your ex are friends now and talk all the time.
Tank seeks advice from his father, Dustin pursues Alexis, and questions of self-worth need answers.
While Alexis is getting ready for her first date with Tank, she had a margarita in her left hand.
Eventually, you’ll lose on both counts: your ex as a friend, and her friend as a potential girlfriend.