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Being friends with an ex is always a tricky business. The truth is, marriage shouldn't be the dealbreaker. Sometimes, being friends with an ex is totally natural. Either you dated a long time ago or your relationship was never that serious, so it was easy to transition. But emotions are complicated—and often the situation is a lot more ambiguous. And what marriage might do is give you the motivation to decide if this friendship is working, once and for all.
If you were friends with this person long before you met your current partner—and there were no romantic hangovers—you probably are genuinely friends. But if they randomly text you and want to meet up for drinks after months or years of not communicating, that can be more suspicious. It can just mean you're Facebook friends or you exchange birthday texts.
Maybe you even meet up for coffee. But there are lots of ways you can be friends with your ex without it being too intimate or making your current partner feel weird. Why would you want to be friends with your ex if you weren't close friends? Wouldn't cutting them out be easier?
Well, you need to think of your whole social situation. Instead, talk to your partner and explain that this person is a part of your life whether you like it or not—then work together to find the best way to move forward. Talking to your partner is an important point.
Be honest about the relationship and the current friendship, and consult with them about how you both feel things should be handled going forward. Your marriage is going to be your priority. You need to take your partner's feelings into consideration, every step of the way. Although there is one caveat: If you have a partner who is really threatened by you being in contact with your ex, that can be a red flag. And, above all, remember that honesty is key. Your Privacy Rights.
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