Dear Carolyn: My college-age daughter dated a very nice college-age guy for a year. He and I became close. His mother had died about a year before and I think I was a nurturing mom figure for him. They recently broke up and are trying to do the friend thing. He continues to text me about things he is doing, sharing successes, etc. It is never about the two of them.
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I'm 19, he's 25 and she's We were together for 7 months he lived with me at my mother's house and the whole time I had my suspicions of them, or at least of her trying to flirt with him and try it on with him. I still loved him at the time but I've come to terms with it now and agree that we weren't compatible they told me they had feelings for eachother and had sex only after a week of us being split all while my mother had her own boyfriend. I am devastated and feel betrayed by her, she knew for months before how paranoid I was about their closeness and how much it would hurt me if they ended up together.
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Assuming he's your mom's ex-boyfriend , not the current inspiration for her "It's Complicated" status on Facebook, then I'd say date the age-mediated rheumatoid arthritis right out of him. Does it matter that he's old? Hell no. That means he's been with decades worth of women, and probably knows his way around the female anatomy like Siri knows her way around my heart you're such a tease, Siri! Giggle giggle.
Of course, when you date an ex you already know what to expect. You know how they feel when you make love, you know their favorite television show and what they like to snack on in the middle of the night. You have to forgive and forget, you have to be able to keep the fights clean. So, before you let your emotions from the past ruin your future, remember these 10 rules for dating your ex.