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This column has been my savior during bad days at work. I always joked about writing in, but never thought I would. That being said, I think I need your advice. A little background on me: I am in my mids and I'm a chronic dater who would like more than my typical three-to-five date run. I was click a long-term relationship, which I ended, but I have been single for about 1.
I have enjoyed being single but I think I'm ready for something with more substance. I recently met a guy let's call him Wwho I think I really like.
Otherwise they'll end up being that girl with who has trouble selecting her bridesmaids and that lonely wife who realizes she has no deep friendships outside of her marriage. Guys are really good at giving dating advice. When you start dating someone and the guy you're dating is totally intimidated by the harem of dudes you spend all your time with.
I find him to be very attractive and intelligent, and we have an absolute blast together. He's exactly what I need right now. The one little issue is that he spends a lot of time with this girl — let's call her B. They appear to be very close friends and I had no issue with this in the beginning. I have both male and female friends and understand that friendship doesn't always lead to sexual attraction.
My problem with their relationship is that I sensed that there was some sort of past and I eventually had the courage to ask him about it.
Unfortunately, I was right; B and W had a short-term fling where they attempted to take their friendship to the next level.
This involved read more few months of kissing and eventually led to them sleeping together.
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W states that the sleeping together only happened one time and that he knew it wasn't right. My issue is that I know W will not take B out of his life, and frankly I wouldn't want to ask him to.
But before going there, I'd want to understand the issue a little bit better. I think it makes you have higher expectations of the opposite sex in general. A range of outcomes can occur, some more difficult than others. Type keyword s to search.
I don't ever want to be the type of person who "forbids" someone from seeing a person; I wouldn't want someone to do that to me. However, I am not sure I am comfortable with their friendship.
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I do also need to mention that B and W's last romantic adventure was only a few months ago, around Christmas. I'd like to think that I can move past it and trust that W's friendship with B is purely that — friendship. I've been single for a while, and the idea of trusting and opening up to someone is a little scary. I don't want that fear to stop me, but I don't want to open myself up to a man who potentially still has lingering feelings for someone he sees a few times a month.
B and W have mutual friends and hobbies that they enjoy together. Source assures me that no feelings exist on his part for B.
W does express feelings for me and a desire to continue to grow our relationship. I certainly have a long tangled past myself and I feel like I am not in a place to judge. However, I do not see any of my exes on a regular basis. Should I continue to see this guy and see where it goes or is this a glaring red flag?
In the spirit of honesty, I'm going to tell you that W and B probably still have some feelings for each other. It sounds like they're learning how to transition back to a platonic friendship. That takes time, and it can be confusing. Those lingering feelings don't prevent W from falling for you. In fact, W's feelings for you are probably helping him figure out what he really wants from B friendship.
If you really like W and you do, right? You'll have to cope with some jealously.
You'll have to see how you feel about all of this over time. For now, it's awkward, but I see no red flags. You can nip this potentially good relationship in the bud because you might get hurt or you can have a little faith that it will work out and be a nice thing for you. Previous Letter Thursday April 14, Dear Meredith, This column has been my savior during bad days at work. Featured Comment "What are your options here, LW?
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