As you get older, the dating pool can start to feel more limited, however is it ever ok to hook up with the former object of your friend’s affection?
Before you make a move, here are a few questions to ask yourself: 1. Are they one of your closest confidants or merely a good acquaintance?
Dating is hard, and when there are slim pickin’s, it’s not easy to just toss a good guy aside.
If there is a genuine interest, a real chemistry and a feeling deep in your heart telling you that he might be The One, are you supposed to ignore that because of the “Code?
During their relationship you found yourself developing feelings that went far beyond a physical attraction.It’s been a few months, and suddenly he’s flirting with… You’ve always had a little crush on him, ever since before they started dating, and now it looks like your chance to actually date him. and your friend is definitely going to be uncomfortable (if not furious) about seeing you with her ex. Trust me, dating the guy your best friend just dated is going to ruin your friendship, or at least put a serious strain on it. Emerald Says: There Are Plenty Of Other Guys Out There Why on Earth would you date your friend’s ex? Not only is it unethical (certainly not the same as, like, eating cute kitties for breakfast, but definitely on the list of unethical things), it’s also kind of icky. Melanie Says: No, But Because Of Him, Not Her A few years ago, a good friend of mine actually set me up with a guy friend of hers who she used to date.Do you go for it, even though your friend was with him first? She not only said it was okay, she was the one who made it happen! You two just “clicked.” Fast-forward: Their relationship ended, she's single, now what?Do you pursue her or do you decide it's not worth the risk of losing your friend?