Consider what it would feel like if the roles were reversed.
If you appear between the ages of 16 and 30, submit your story, complete with contact info and a picture to: [email protected]’m lucy by name I have a few testimony to share with you all about myself, I was in a relationship with this guy and for 3years and we were about getting married when we both have misunderstanding with each other and he ask me for a divorce and we both agreed and after 5months I head that he was having an affair with one of my closest friend and I was very upset and worried so a friend of my advice me and told me if I still love my ex and if I really want to have him back so I told her yes, and she ask me to contact Dr.
In my experience, friends appreciate hearing directly from friends rather than learning sensitive information from others.
If she is not a close friend then you do not need to discuss your dating plans with her. Third, how upset is your friend about the break-up?
If you can distinguish between the two and it’s nothing more than an urge for a wild boot-knocking, then stop right there because it’s definitely not worth it.
For me, the whole ‘follow your heart’ or ‘the heart wants what the heart wants’ cliches should be thrown out the window here.