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Second, a few days ago while he was on skype with his dad, a text-message came to him on the phone. We hadn’t been private about these things in the past at all.
The text was from his ex-girlfriend arranging to meet him for lunch on Friday.
Yes, of course you can date the ex-partners of your friends. The question should really be, is it possible to keep your friend in the process. We all know there is no cut and dry answer to this dilemma. Many years ago I dated the ex of a friend's cousin. Is this someone you've known through the gym for a year, or is this a long term in the morning phone call - knows your favorite vodka as well as your favorite former teen idol - kind of friend? But when day is done she will still have her dignity, and that goes a long way.
You aren't going to learn from her mistakes and succeed where she didn't. You can say, "Maybe a month from now you'll be the one buying me martini's." Let her see you as her friend, not as his girlfriend. When she complains about him, leave it at that feeling.
If she asks you if you really think you can make this work, don't say yes. Put yourself where she is, just in a different spot on the time line.
However, if you are determined to date the friend-and she is fine with losing your girlfriend as her friend-then I would suggest breaking up with your current girlfriend as cleanly and amicably as possible, then waiting a reasonable amount of time (about 1-2 months) until you start dating the friend.I made the additional mistake of scrolling back and then realised they’Well, I wrote a note saying “I’m sorry I invaded your privacy.When the text came I thought it might have been important.All you need to do, is keep three goals in mind, for every sentence you speak: Do not get dragged into a tit for tat, this for that, he said she said - kind of conversation. "I know how close you are to your family." If you don't give her a reason to fight harder, she won't. That's what that whole Venus woman thing is about, right?
If she wants to point out how he never called when he would be late, do not defend him and point out that her version of late is 25 seconds. Your ex-girlfriend wasn’t to meet you for lunch on Friday.” I was very tired and just went up to bed. He defended being friends with her (they dated for about two years) saying she helped him during a very difficult time in his life and so on. Also, I pointed out his tendency to keep his relations with her private.Once in the past, he had received a text from her and he turned over the phone so I wouldn’t notice.I made no comment at that time…I think it is unacceptable for him to be meeting her, texting and talking with her when he is four months into a new relationship. He said he’s not attracted to her and so on, but I just don’t like the idea of him hanging out with her, what if he invites her over for dinner, etc?