I’m sorry, but there’s no way I can hide my unshakable, moral compass on this one – it’s weird and wrong and awful for a number of valid reasons.
If you find yourself starting to fancy your mate’s ex, you need to ask yourself whether it’s simply lust cravings for human contact or something more.
At times, it’s inevitable to fall for a friend and want to date them.
Here’s a guide on how to date a friend that can make all the difference between a successful relationship and a failed friendship.
You sign up via Facebook, build a basic profile, then approach people for friendship or arrange social events and invite others along.
It’s a sad day when good friends start acting strangely toward you when you’ve found new love.
You’ve been friends for as long as you can remember and have shared intimate details about just about everything that goes on in your lives, but now your friend is acting like you’ve done them wrong. Before you jump to conclusions of “jealousy” and write off your best bud as a fair-weather friend, it’s best to get a handle on what’s going on with them, because there could be more to the picture than you realize.
Single friends may begin to worry how your friendship with them is changing; certainly you now have one less thing in common (being single) with which to share similar thoughts and feelings, and they might wonder if they are being “left behind” in race to find “the One.” That can be a scary prospect since friendship is forged largely on the commonalities we share, and especially when self-worth is often tied in to finding a suitable partner. Did you ask yourself when it was your turn to find the love of your life?
Think back to a time when you were single and one of your friends started seeing someone they thought was the right person for them. Did these feelings make you like your friend any less, or did you just really miss them?