And please don’t hook up with him or date him behind her back.Lying to her in order to try to spare her feelings and make her feel less uncomfortable with things is only going to make everything worse.
I started bringing home men from bars and letting them spend the night.
He will always be in her life, and it’s something you’ll have to learn to deal with.
I know thinking about the end of a relationship before it even begins seems like a really negative way to look at things, and I’m not saying you two are definitely going to break up.
Let me say once more, it’s never going to be the best idea you had, but if you honestly do believe their ex is your future love of your life, here’s how to have the best shot at keeping the friendship You’ll probably get one of three reactions: they’ll be genuinely happy you’ve met someone you really like and won’t care; they’ll be upset and may well walk out; or pride will make them say, “Sure, go ahead! You’ll be strongly tempted to gossip about the person you both know, each repeating what they said about you (never dreaming you’d end up going out) and be massively curious about how their relationship was and how you compare.
When I first divorced, I was a single mom of two girls, ages fourteen and eleven. He kept me satisfied and was a friend to the girls. He would set me up at parties to have group sex or to "entertain" at stag parties. When my oldest turned nineteen, I asked him to seduce her to show her what sex was like with a well-practiced partner. My youngest began to argue that she should get the same benefit.