At the beginning of the school year, I admitted to my friends that I had a crush on a guy.I didn’t really know him or talk to him, but for some reason I really liked him.When young girls are missing emotional attention from their parents, they usually look for it elsewhere.Anyway, I think the point is that she may not be happy on the inside.Now I always see them together at school and it’s super awkward.I really want him to find out how much she flirts with other guys and break up with her, but I know wanting revenge isn’t good. I have already talked to her and told her that she wasn’t being a good friend, but she was just rude to me. Hey girl, thanks for entrusting me with your question. The person is obviously is a bad friend and you are getting a divorce, regardless of him or her, right? It doesn't matter what HE is doing or what SHE is doing.
I think, "My ex is dating my friend" is very common, especially if you live in the suburbs, where everyone knows everyone. I remember people in my neighborhood would tell me they saw them out and I would seriously cringe, and then go home and cry. Make sure not to react in front of others because it could get back to your ex and your friend (I mean, your ex friend).
It irritates me because she is only a freshmen and she has already said she likes or has wanted to date nine guys just this school year (seriously, I counted), and she always flirts with different guys.
And now she has started to date the guy I liked, and it’s embarrassing because everybody knows I liked him.
There are a few different things that happened during the time I was newly separated that caused me to classify myself as temporarily psychotic, one of those being when I figured out "my ex is dating my friend! Here was a woman who I thought was my good girlfriend.
We had gotten together a few times and I had told her things -- personal things about my ex and our relationship, why I was getting divorced, etc.