Dating an exs friend
Celebrities might seem like an unusual source for relationship advice — but Taylor Swift recently dropped a tidbit of her dating philosophy that we all may be able to apply to our own love lives.
In the September issue of Vanity Fair, the pop superstar revealed that she and her girlfriends (whom she famously refers to as her “squad”) sometimes date the same people — and none of them minds.
For those emboldened by Swift’s words, here are five ways to date your friend’s ex — without making it totally awkward. 1: If you want to get to know your pal’s ex better, you have to get your bud’s blessing first.
Before risking a friendship, figure out if the relationship is worth the drama that can potentially unfold.
If it’s just a fling, maybe sweep it under the rug and act like it never happened.
However, how quickly you get into a relationship isn't a measure of how desirable you are. It's not necessarily the most attractive or likable people who get into relationships the most easily.
Your ex just happened to stumble upon someone else before you did. When my ex first got a new girlfriend, I feared that it endangered the friendship we formed post-breakup.