A: When she is no longer his girlfriend.
My son dated a
I couldn’t tell my son my true feelings while he was dating her, and briefly engaged to her, because what if? What if they had gotten married and she became part of our family? What if they ended up having children together? No, I couldn’t broach the subject at the time.
My mother despised my ex-husband but she bit her tongue. Had she voiced her opinion it would have just put a strain on our relationship and she knew it wasn’t worth it, just as I knew it would have affected my relationship with my son had I spoken up. After their breakup a year ago, we came clean with him, and it’s all good; mainly because he had the same concerns about her that we did.
He has since found love with “M”, a friend of his ex’s. “M” no longer associates with the ex as, she too, saw her for what she was. We all adore his new gal and couldn’t find one flaw with her if we tried.
The funny thing is that I met my husband through an ex-boyfriend that I had after my divorce…and my daughter’s husband was a friend of her ex-boyfriend. We’ve now informed my son that he is a member of ‘The Club’, the club where its members have found their soul mate through an ex.
Have you ever had to bite your tongue when it comes to the significant
Do any of you have affiliations with ‘The Club’?