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You could take the initiative since you are friendly with the ex-wife and introduce her to some new people. There are milloins of women in your situations - considering there are so many divorces these days.
With a larger circle of friends(or a new romance of her own), she would be less inclined to lean so much on your boyfriend and that would go a long way to washing that ex right out of your hair. Do you think he is worth putting up with these feeings?
I agree, a civil relationship with your ex IS great for the kids, but there still needs to be some boundaries. It sound like their boundrie are a little different than your's. He needs to make a decision does he want his ex wife back and play house, does he want to be single and still be able cater to his ex wife with no strings attached to anyone or does he want to be with you without an ex wife intruding on your relationship.
I guess if you want to stay with this guy, you're going to have to like his ex wife popping in to raid your freezer. He needs to make a decision, don't say oh if I ask him he will leave me.
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I'm currently dating a man of 48 , we've been dating for nearly 2 years, the 1st year was wonderful, meeting his daughters, getting to know them, ( one has just entered college and the other is soon to be 13), the holidays were very nice.
He wants his famiy traditions to go on with his ex-wife because of the 13 year. I feel like their still married apart, and fill in the free time.
Am I wrong to feel, we should be starting our own traditions with out her, We can be a team for the the child still at home, but shouldn;t she be starting her own life, and should I be his best friend, Hum?
It works for them, but does it work for you and are you willing to put out the effort to make it work for you?the two of them have children together so they will always be in each other's lives, reguardless of others... If you yourself are divorced with 2 kids and still co-parenting with your ex-husband, then you are having a relationship with another divorced man with also have his two kids who also co-parenting with his ex-wife. If you can put yourself in another person's shoes, then you will not jealous and complaint. Believe me, never says never, what if one day you and your boyfriend are married then got divorced then have to co-parenting with him of your kids? I've been in a similar situations but there were no kids and they were only engaged in the past (They also worked together).They remained best friends, spending lots of time together and I couldn't handle it and broke it off because I felt they were not over each other. As was mentioned, you did get involved with a man who was married to someone else and had children with them.When he told her how much he liked me, her response was..."Well, what if I don't like her? It seems as though your boyfriend her ex husband has found a way to have is cake and eat it too. Obviously they filed for divorce for a reason - what was that reason." I found this disturbing, because if she were truly happy for him finally finding someone (he had been alone for 4 years, they were divorced for 5), she would say just that..happy she is, and not be so condescending. So she doesn't have family, she needs to learn to live the single life.