My boyfriend and his ex girlfriend dated for a year and a half and he broke up with her five years ago. She lost her virginity to him and they have been friends with benefits ever since. My boyfriend and I were friends and I knew that him and his ex had been friends with benefits but I didn't know the extent of it. 2 weeks before my boyfriend asked me to be his girlfriend his ex and him had sex. He tried to cut her off after our relationship began but she kept calling him to have sex with her and not accepting no as an answer. My boyfriend knows that his ex still loves him but denies that he loves her. I feel uneasy with his ex girlfriend though do I have a reason to?
Most Helpful Guy
Are you asking this seriously? You most definitely should feel uncomfortable and he is a twit for expecting you to put up with this. Draw a line in the sand and be prepared to walk away.
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Most Helpful Girl
You have Every "Reason" under the sun to 'Feel uneasy' here, dear, because He has Not gotten over his feelings for her, is actually comfy with his situation with them being 'Friends with benefits 'and this in essence is Not healthy for you or for him and now... you are in what I call a Triangle Threesome, where you are way at the top, looking down, from side to side, at the both of them.
Don't Commit to him, he will only go behind your back and jump right back in the sack with her. It's not going to be Ever just you and him, it is constantly going to be this "Threesome," where it isn't a Happy Threesome because you will always be on the sidelines, looking in at them for where you will always stay sitting and simmering.
Sit down and have a long talk with him. I am not feeling good about this whole problem picture that will only go down this beaten path and end up War of the Roses in the end.
Good luck. xx0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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