My best friend found out her hubby was having an affair and they ended up getting a divorce. She was absolutely devastated as they’d been together for nearly 20 years. I was the first person she called when she found out and I was there for her as best I could. The whole experience has been extremely traumatic for her and she’s suffered severe depression and anxiety since. She was friendly and outgoing and a real life and soul but since she really struggles to go anywhere. Unfortunately much of our social life was with similar couples and now we cant invite her to social occasions as we are all still couples and she would feel awkward and also as she is now struggling financially she can’t afford to do the same kind of things as we did previously. <br>Her ex has now remarried and me and my hubby have begun socialising with him and his new wife. I know this really upsets my friend and I see that her depression and anxiety has increased again since this began. She doesn't exactly tell me I shouldn't see her ex and his new wife but she does say that it upsets her and that she doesn't understand why I would do it knowing that. I feel that she needs to accept that we want to see her ex and that she needs to get used to that. I dont feel that it makes me any less of a friend to her. She says it does because she can no longer talk openly about her feelings and experiences in the same way because she’s talking about someone I am friends with and also because he’s now a big elephant in the room with us at all times. AIBU to think she just needs to accept that life has moved on?