And when she wants to hang out with his friends, they’re not necessarily sure how to act around her because they’re used to and friendly with his ex. However, his living situation with his ex hasn’t been contentious. Sometimes she shares meals that she’s cooked with him, and it’s an overall peaceful situation.
If it were a negative one, he would feel more of a fire under his behind to get up, get out and get moving, but when things are good, what’s the rush?
Despite the efforts made to cut ties, until they’re fully cut, there’s a chance for reconciliation, and there’s also a chance for drama. But what about dating someone who isn’t married, however, shares a space with someone they were romantically involved with for some time? Would you be comfortable being with a man who still lived with their ex?
We just wouldn’t be comfortable dating someone still married, even if unhappily.
Am I reading too much into it all or is this a bag of crazy?
"Honey, this list is a five-point presentation ranging from shady to shadier to hypocritical shadiest. You already know this is bad news, and that's why you're avoiding going to his place.
I came upon your site after searching for dating advice while feeling sad at work. On our second date we spent 8 hours together just walking and have seen him consistently 2 or even 3 times a week for about 6 weeks.
The problem is I started wondering why he didn’t invite me to his apartment, which he owns and isn’t far from my place.