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I had the exact thing happen to me in my last serious relationship. I told him that it bothered me that he agreed to go without talking to me about it first. I actually didn't and wouldn't have a problem with it in theory. I just think he should have said to ex, "I think I might like to but I will let you know later if I am available" and then came to me and told me that he has been asked by her and he thinks he would like to go but wanted to make sure that I had no difficulty with it. In the end, I actually did get bummed out but I got over it quickly and even helped him pick out a tie and such because I knew he really cared about me. He went with her and had a horrible time :rolleyes:. As I said, it would have been nice if he had of mentioned it to me first, not for permission but as a courtesy and out of respect for my feelings.
Yes, and ex is an ex for a reason, but some people break up becuase they aren't compatible in a relationship, or there is no sexual chemistry, or whatever, not because anything awful happened, and if there is a friendship there they stay friends. I just don't think it's all doom and gloom. I have mentioned this before, but there are many studies saying that men who have women friends make better boyfriends, husband etc and are less likely to cheat becuase they respect women. Unless something awful happened, why not stay friends with someone?





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