tips for dating a jewish man - Dating girl lives her ex
But I can honestly say I never had troubles with the situation when I was dating. NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Getting into a situation like that would be like walking blindfolded through a live minefield. she thought that it wasn't any of my business.)Funny thing is that she got jealous and possessive when I saw other women, though. My SO goes back to see his kids each weekend 3 out of 4 weekends a month and I have no problem with it. He spends the weekends cooking, cleaning and shopping because she does none of the above (she has a bad back, but the doctors say she really should get off her botty and move!! Anyway- I admire him for doing it- he works 400 k's away from them so at least he gets to spend time with them.
I was always very upfront about it and explained why, and the men I dated seemed ok with it. I am now happily engaged to someone I dated while I lived with my ex.i know someone like that..it has no effect on how i feel about her..i understand her situation..'course, i may be a bit more liberal than alot of people, but there are a million different stories.each one on its' own merit...p.s.--she's a great person.... I realise this isn't quite the same as living 24/7 with an ex, but it has some of the same elements.
I know Y is a very nice person but I feel that a chapter has already closed in their lives. The biggest fear, of course, is the threat – whether real or imagined – that the ex poses to the current partner.
I feel that X should focus more on our relationship instead. X and Y have decided that they do not see a future together and have ended their relationship.
X has told me on a few occasions that I could either live with it or end the relationship if I can’t accept it. I have accepted the fact that she is sharing the same house with Y and that she will always go over to Y’s family’s place for family dinners and get-togethers.