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True love isn't the kind that endures through long years of absence, but the kind that endures through long years of propinquity. -- Helen Rowland
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She doesn't want to be your or your man's 'friend'
I have given my husband of six years and his ex plenty of space and trust to deal with raising their child. However, as much as I trusted my husband, when she started trying to be extra friendly to the both of us her intentions were not good. With my trust and flattering my husband, she weaseled herself inbetween us. She tryed winning over my husband to compensate for her own insecurities and even advising us to seperate. A woman who has moved on will not want or need any part or 'friendship' from either of you.