Continue This topic may be way out there for people...but I am so at a loss of words right now, I could use some wise advice: I dated this girl for like 4 months and we had a pretty cool relationship.
I pay for clothing, phones, and incidentals for our daughter, like school pictures, haircuts, and so on. You're living more contentedly with your ex-husband than most of the married women I hear from who live with their current husbands. At this point it might actually be advantageous for you to start dating. He's gallant, generous, does the dishes, loves your daughter, pays your mortgage, and enjoys getting drunk and sexy with you.
Jean: I'm almost 34, but I look like I'm in my twenties, and my only addiction is Pepsi. (Since I hadn't earned the money, I didn't want to take any of it; he insisted on giving it all to me.) We share household cleaning responsibilities equally. And if the fling turns so lusty that it threatens your platonic relationship? Here's hoping it turns into an exclusive lifelong love affair!
When we divorced in 2010, the only thing we had any disagreements about was his 401(k). If you can each tweak the personal behavior that caused problems the first time around, I think you may safely sneak away together for the weekend.
Jessica Says: NEVER – It’s Called Girl Code I would never date one of my friend’s exes, and I hope that they know better than to never date mine. ) Some things are just common courtesy and a gesture of respect.
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