Dating brothers ex girlfriend
However, as he explained, there was one final act that made the situation worse. "That is NOT how I wanted that break-up to go AT ALL." We feel for you, buddy.
in Ask the Guys, breaking up, Dating Advice, dating with kids, divorce, divorced and dating, Relationship Advice: Question/Answer, relationships, sex, single mom dating, single parent dating // 6 Comments Dear Guys, This guy and I text often, but I’ve only spoken to him on the phone once and seen him once.
(Maybe this is a guy thing.) However, the most likely reason this new guy—the brother—is giving you mixed signals, is because he knows that it’s not a great idea to date his brother’s ex-wife, or rather, wife, since you’re not yet divorced. We tend not to date our friends’ ex-girlfriends, or ex-wives. Yes, it does happen, but only under special circumstances, and often after some time has passed.
There may be tension in their relationship now, but something like this could push that tension to the next level, and create a rift that’s unlikely to mend. We don’t see any sort of special circumstance applying here, and in addition, it’s WAY too soon.
He claims that he did not realize that our president meant they were dating. I am against it, because the potential is being pursued by several other fraternities.
Our potential (now pledge) gets along with everyone else, but this situation sparked this huge debate.
(What I sent wasn’t anything X rated though, just sexy.) I guess my question to you guys is: Is this guy into me or is he just keeping himself busy and want someone to talk to? The thing that jumps out at us, is that you’re talking about dating your ex’s brother!
The thing that complicates it for me is when I think he likes me I feel myself pulling back because I don’t want anything serious at this time (I’m not even divorced yet) but when I feel like he isn’t interested in me, it hurts my feelings. And you don’t seem to be focusing on that fact, which strikes us as imprudent.
With us working opposite schedules and both having kids—we don’t want them involved—it has never worked out for us to get together.When a couple break up it can be so hard to say goodbye – especially when you’ve gotten close to your ex’s family and now you’re not able to hang out with them either.But after reading this man’s tale, you might think that’s actually a good thing.Our advice: Figure out if you’re truly going to get divorced, and then, if/when you do, try dating a guy outside your inner-circle. At least for a while, until everyone is able to be civil to one another again.