Best friend dating my ex husband
One night, we went to dinner and then I took him to the dance studio where I do ballroom dancing.
We don't want the kids to know though, so it's like, "I'll meet you at the parking lot around the corner in five minutes!
Hooking up after getting divorced isn't all that rare — think of all the history and the sexual tension that might be released after finally calling it quits — but what if the reason you split up was because your husband cheated on you? interviewed one anonymous woman in exactly that situation.
Nine years ago, my ex-husband Brian* and I had moved from Austin, Texas, to stay with my best friend Sarah* and her husband Dan* in their New England farmhouse.
After a few months, he told me that it was finally over: He was moving out and filing for divorce.
I was internally excited when he told me — I thought we could be friends, but I wasn't thinking about being anything more.
We had a two-hour drive back home, and we were reminiscing about things like when we used to live together and life before we were married.
Then when we were arriving home, he said, "I'm a very patient person and I will wait; I just hope at some point, you'll give us another shot because it would be really great." When we got back to the house, I invited him to sleep in my room.
We figured we would stay with them until Brian could find a job again, and then we would move out. It seemed like a hunky-dory idea, Sarah and Dan, me and Brian — the four of us living happily together, under one roof.We don't want to traumatize the children by letting them find out Dad was in Mom's bed.Brian and I have been hooking up for a few weeks now, and we want to give it a few months to see how we feel before we talk to the kids about it.It wasn't until about a year ago that we started growing closer again and then he told me that he was going to move out of Sarah's house.He told me that part of the reason it wasn't working out between them was because he still had feelings for me, and he could never forgive himself for what had happened.