If you have to talk to her, be fake nice like your life depends on it, because quite frankly it might actually depend on it.
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 is very common in a divorce situation or with a past girlfriend to have to deal with a relationship that still exists.
She knows who you are, where you live, and possibly your phone number—and that’s all shit she gleaned straight off your profile; imagine what she’ll find with a simple Google search.
Pretty sure Catch-22 was written about this predicament: If you deny her request you’ll seem like a huge bitch or worse, like you actually give a shit.
This can be a hot button issue not only for the spouses that got divorced, but also for their new partners in life.
If you're wondering how to handle some of the issues that may arise with your ex-husband, the following input from our life coach can help: Question: How do you handle it if your fiancé is still close to an ex, even if they ended their relationship 20 years ago? He also thinks that it should be okay with me to let him go out to lunch with her every once in a while without me. He was also married before, and his ex-wife didn't allow this, so why should I? Gloria's Answer: Instead of asking yourself if you are wrong for feeling this way, I'd love for you take a few minutes and ask yourself why you are feeling this way. If you want to get her back, make sure you apply these things down below. Even if you have already accepted the breakup, it can be devastating to find out that your ex-girlfriend is dating someone else.I often hear of ex-spouses who can continue to be friends after they divorce.I would say that that is the ideal, but not always the practical or realistic expectation - especially for the new girlfriend or wife.This would become worse if the two of you decided to be friends after the relationship ended.