I would say that that is the ideal, but not always the practical or realistic expectation - especially for the new girlfriend or wife.
My suggestion for you would be to get real with yourself on where these feelings of insecurity are coming from.
It is very common in a divorce situation or with a past girlfriend to have to deal with a relationship that still exists.
I often hear of ex-spouses who can continue to be friends after they divorce.
If you didn’t want to jeopardize the friendship, you should have her—and respected her wishes.
Even if she did give you the go ahead, she still may have felt hurt because her emotions were still raw after the breakup.
What bothers me is that he talks to her more than he talks to any of his other friends. More than anything else, I'm hearing that you are afraid of all the "what if's" associated with your fiancé in this relationship. Is there an underlying feeling of distrust there that is building up inside of you?
"It's just a truly horrible way to die that nobody should ever have to go through."Annita filed for divorce from Montwheeler in 2014. But less than two weeks ago, Montwheeler got a job at the same place.
Annita's family grew even more fearful based on things that had happened."Our family was concerned for Annita's safety and our family's safety," said Harmon-Roeber.
I don’t want to interfere in your relationship, but I thought you would want to know.” That’s it.
Your ex might get mad at you or not take this news well, but what’s she going to do, divorce you?