Dating his ex wife

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My boyfriend and I plan to move in together next summer, but I feel skittish about it.When do we start our own traditions as a family of his and mine, with out the exwife having to be a concern .Well, the two of them have children together so they will always be in each other's lives.Isn't it better they be cordial and friendly than acrimonious?I think a witchy ex-wife would be more difficult to take.

With a larger circle of friends(or a new romance of her own), she would be less inclined to lean so much on your boyfriend and that would go a long way to washing that ex right out of your hair. Do you think he is worth putting up with these feeings?However, I discovered they talked on the phone every single morning while she was on her way to work, which I found really odd considering she is now married with a child and another on the way.She would pop in to his house any time she felt like it, and take items from his freezer for her new family.She also asked details about "how far we had gone with each other." I began to feel so bitter towards her, because I felt she was being incredibly selfish. The grand finale was when he invited me to his co-worker's X-mas party, and she showed up with her HUSBAND and new kids, as well. It took me a long time to realize what you hit spot on......... The only obligation he has now is to his daugthers.She was married with a child and one on the way, yet not allowing him the freedom to find someone and be happy. They are still "emotionally married to each other," and she is using him (my ex-boyfriend) to fulfill what she is not getting from her new husband. They are BOTH selfish, and inconsiderate of the people they are with, and in my opinion....... You say he does these things for the youngest WHO IS 13!!!!

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