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Ex and mutual friend advice needed please !!

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leaharrison11 Tue 02-Apr-13 19:14:59

So scared of this thread but here goes.

So i have known this man since i was about 14 always had chemistry but nothing ever happened until i was 20 when we dated for a few weeks before i moved away! Anyway been seeing him around alot lately and wouldn't mind starting something up again he has asked every time bump into each other and i know he has liked me for a long time but was never the right time if that makes sense

Now heres the problem he is kind of friends with my DS son i never new this before and they are not close but have alot of mutual friends so every now and again they would be in the same party, trip etc not very often tho.

So AIBU to start something up with him ?

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leaharrison11 Tue 02-Apr-13 19:16:00

My DS DAD not son !! Oh the shame

hwjm1945 Tue 02-Apr-13 19:24:19

Don't see the problem but I would make sure the new bloke knows about the relationship and as does ex...if it becomes one

aldiwhore Tue 02-Apr-13 20:02:38

Could be a good thing not a bad one!

Never deny yourself the chance of love, even if it throws up a few obstacles and curve balls along the way.

JUST... be careful how much you open up about your ex until you are both thinking it may be serious between you, but do tell him what he needs to know.

Good luck!

leaharrison11 Tue 02-Apr-13 20:35:02

Im just scared thats if i go on this date it could course a drama , my EX is a pathological lier and has anger issues i think im just scared

issypiggle Tue 02-Apr-13 20:39:28

if you're both up for it, go for it. life is too short to ask what if. honest.

take it slowly, don't rush it and only tell the people who need to know. until you both know where you stand

leaharrison11 Tue 02-Apr-13 23:43:45

Oh id go very slow and keep it to our selfs for a while it could be nothing so will safe the drama but i think im going to call him tomorrow and agree

Oh im nervous

leaharrison11 Wed 03-Apr-13 08:42:35

Its D day shock

ChaoticTranquility Wed 03-Apr-13 08:45:31

On the bright side it's better him being friends with your DS's dad than son wink

Good luck.

leaharrison11 Wed 03-Apr-13 08:48:20

Haha yeah it is thank you

Maggie111 Wed 03-Apr-13 08:54:49

Lol - glad to read the update as I was getting confused! I can't see any harm in going slowly slowly smile

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