But then he quickly follows up with “…but I have a girlfriend.”I asked him if his girlfriend knew we were talking like this. Well, a few nights ago I ran into him at a bar and we were just talking for few minutes, and his girlfriend glared at me the entire time. At any rate, your question isn’t really about her or even her relationship with your ex-boyfriend; it’s about you and whether you can have a friendship with your ex.Afterwards, she dragged him out into the parking lot and demanded it was time to leave. And the answer is: not with the current state of things.Looking back now, I can say I foolishly ran right back to her.
Just because he has another girlfriend doesn’t necessarily mean that you can’t win him over.
In March, my boyfriend of almost three years and I both realized that we want different things in life and decided mutually to break things off for good (after a brief breakup this past fall).
In May, almost two months after we broke up, he began a new relationship. The first call was a question he knew only I could help him with. The third, fourth, fifth, and many other calls since have been to discuss how things have been, how I’ve been doing, what he’s been up to, etc.
I worshiped that girl and was devestated at that time.
After a week or so having that knot in your stomach that comes with that type of rejection and about the time I was starting to rebound and move forward with life she called and said she had made a mistake and thought we should get back together again.