Everyone has their deal breakers and while some may be pettier than others, there are just some things that just don't work. Maybe there was a time in your life where you felt like you could make exceptions but after a failed attempt or maybe a few , you realized that there were some things that you would never, ever be able to put up with again. There's nothing wrong with that. Sure, they're your rules and you can break them if you want to but there's a reason you made those rules in the first place. Your newest crush may be super cute with a great smile but what about the fact that he has dirty feet and always wears sandals? Deal breakers are generally formed after you've experienced someone with a problem that you never want to deal with again.
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Discussion and advice on dating and relationships for people over the age of 30
Would you meet/date an ex's best friend? : datingoverthirty
The dating world is a mean one filled with jerks, losers, perverts and guys with tiny members. Good guys can be pretty tough to come by and no one is faulting you for jumping on the first eligible guy who comes along. The first thought that would probably run through your mind is an analysis of the dynamics of your relationship with this friend. Depending on how close you are to her, deciding whether to date her ex could swing either way. If she is your good friend, then hell no, but if she is a mere acquaintance then there should not be any harm in doing so, right?
There will probably always be a difference of opinion between those who say being friends with an ex is possible, and those for whom that concept seems impossible. Some people talk about befriending exes like it's the most natural way to transition from a romantic to a platonic relationship, while others insist that friendship can never work out in the long run. As someone who hasn't been able to stay friends with an ex without ample drama ensuing, I struggle to understand how some people are able to pull this off. I'm sorry, but the one and only time I attempted to keep in contact with an ex , it took what felt like forever to get over the fact that our relationship wasn't meant to be.