I broke up with my boyfriend of about 6 months a few weeks ago, and he spent a couple weeks trying to get back together with me, but I finally told him last week that I wanted him to stop trying to get back together, it's over, etc...
He had been trying to plan something for valentine's day to get back together and had contacted a friend of mine to try to get her help in planning it, but after I talked to him he didn't go through with that plan. I knew he had been talking to her and I told him... in a joking way... that I might have to kill him if he hit on her.
So, two days after he decided to finally stop he asked out the friend he had been talking to, and insisted to her and to me that it wasn't an attempt to make me jealous. She came to me asking permission to date him essentially and I asked him what the deal was, and in a nutshell they're both being complete idiots about it. She texted me last night apologizing and said she wasn't going to do anything with him, but it was just a little weird.
I'm really annoyed on so many levels about this--that I dated this jerk, that my friend actually wanted to date him, that he didn't admit there was anything wrong with what he had done...
I just don't know how to deal with the situation, I'm incredibly frustrated, and I almost feel like I don't have a right to be? I don't know... help?
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Well you two are no longer together. Do you really think you should be mad at your friend for dating him? They may be a better match than you two were. I was dating a girl for awhile and we broke up. My best friend was talking to her later and asked me if I minded if they dated and said no. They have now been together 5 years and are engaged. Do you think it is right of you to deny your friend, even if she isn't that great of one, a chance find a great guy for her?0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE