Dating your ex wife

Assessing the Break-Up Taking Time Alone Winning Your Ex Back Inviting a Relationship Discussion Building a Healthy Relationship Deciding to Move On Community Q&A Sometimes after a breakup, you realize you still have feelings for your ex and want to be with them again.

Asking your ex to get back together can be scary, but if you take your time and learn from the past, there’s a chance they’ll say yes.

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(*A note here: Of course, there are varying degrees of gravity -- a former fling may be less of a big deal than a serious relationship, and if we're talking about a recent ex-husband or ex-wife and your friend, well, then, we'll go out on a limb and say that perhaps you should reconsider your friendship unless there is an extremely unique circumstance.) If you've found yourself facing this situation as the person whose friend and ex are now dating, here are a few tips on how to handle yourself with style and grace: Have a support system handy: It's nice to ask one or two close friends to help you out.

I'm becoming a better me, and even if I don't get her back, I still have my better self.

If you're the person dating your friend's ex, you've got a much harder job.

While we strongly suggest realizing there are many, many other fish in the sea, if you absolutely see nothing wrong with this and/or cannot bear to refrain from dating this person, here are a few tips to make sure you keep your friend: Talk to your friend: Ideally, you know that at best this situation is uncomfortable, and it's your job to talk to your friend.

Maintain your distance: You probably don't want to get any closer to the action than you need to, so when you're stuck in the same social scene, take the seat at the opposite end of the table, or strike up a conversation with the cute guy or girl at the other end of the bar.

Until you're comfortable with the situation, it's best to avoid confrontation -- it can only make you upset and say or do something you may regret.

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