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He was severely emotionally abusive, manipulative and generally treated me like crap for the whole three years we were together. Everyone in my life eventually found out and got me to leave him. So, you were right to acknowledge that it wasn’t the “ex-factor” that made you angry. Unfortunately, this is NOT a normal situation and is in no way a run-of-the-mill case of “la la la my friend wants to date my ex boyfriend and now I’m annoyed! This girl is supposed to be YOUR friend and KNOWS that this asshat was ABUSIVE to her best friend. Under what circumstances is your friend even SPEAKING to this freak show, let alone dating him? She’s clearly being heavily manipulated, and is falling for it. Your ex is not the only one who is bad for you anymore. It’s hard to watch someone screw up their own life. All at once you want to knock some sense into her for being such an idiot, and punch her for dating your ex boyfriend. Through her actions, she's essentially saying that she has no self-worth, that she doesn't give a f*ck about you went through as an abuse survivor, and she cares more about this guy than she does about you. Honestly, this was likely the final nail in the coffin.
I’m now in a happy relationship with a wonderful guy and I have everything on track. She was one of the people who encouraged you to get away from him and now she’s going to play house? (Something you and she both know this dude is famous for). It’s a mixture of anger, pity, rejection and frustration. So, while the emotions may be running high, and you’re feeling a lot of feelings, I think you have to remove yourself entirely. She’s holding onto a part of your life that is still very painful for you. I’m sure this is not the first time this friend has done something shady or put a guy before your friendship.
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Dear Auntie Gigi, I broke up with my ex boyfriend a few years ago. He is not some heartthrob, he's someone who behaved horribly towards you and made your life a living hell. You shouldn’t be upset that she’s betraying your friendship, you should be sad for her. I can’t even imagine the amount of self-loathing this girl must be weighed down with to do this to herself. If she wants to date him, despite knowing all of these things about him...that's on her. You have to know when it’s time to let go of toxic relationships, even if you’ve been friends forever. If she asks you if you’re distant because of her relationship with your ex, tell her the truth. It appears the friendship has run its course and you need to surround yourself with people who have your best interest at heart and make you feel supported.
Please tell me what I can say without ruining my co-parenting relationship, but not risking all our friends as well.- Bewildered Ex Dear Bewildered: You can assume that your ex is cycling through the same emotions you experienced when he started dating your friend.
I have also been friends with him for several years.
We are very happy, but our whole mutual friend group is mad at us, saying we are being disloyal to my ex.
and that she'd like to know how I felt about it becoming a “thing.”Naturally, I told her that what really bothered me was not that he was my ex, but that the fact that he was emotionally abusive to me didn't stop her from wanting to date him. You’re over him, there is no love lost and if your friend wanted to date him..would be no big deal. You have a wonderful boyfriend now you loves you, and is kind to you.
Focus on that and all the other wonderful, fulfilling aspects of your life. She’s the one who did this to your friendship and you MUST put yourself FIRST.It sucks to let go of a long-time friendship, but she’s drawn a line in the sand that can’t be washed away by any tide.