Basically, it means that you don’t date your friends exes or crushes – unless you get their approval.
The only problem with that is that sometimes, we can’t help who we fall for…
Baring in mind they broke up quite a while ago and she’s sort of seen other people, is it bad for me to fancy him?
When you're trying to get back an ex boyfriend, you need to know what's working (and what's not).
Recognizing signs that your ex wants you back is an important part of the reconciliation process, as it will boost your confidence and let you know when it's safe to take a few steps forward in his direction.
Talk to her about it first, and if she isn’t okay with it I would suggest not going for it, at least not until she is fine with it. Sometimes, you really can’t help who you have a crush on – so if you end up crushing on your BFF’s ex, don’t make yourself feel horribly guilty. Would you ever meet up with someone you met online?
But in my opinion, getting your friend’s approval before you pursue a relationship is the right thing to do.
After a relationship ends, loneliness, confusion and anger often come in fits and starts.
When any of these emotions come, they can hit you like a cross-town bus.If she’s not over it, it’s going to ruin your friendship, and you need to seriously consider that being making a move. When you imagine a ghost, you probably conjure an image of a white apparition with rattling chains, one that spookily glides over attic rafters.It shows your friend that you respect her enough to consider her feelings before you go ahead with this. That being said, I think you should only go after the dude if you’re 100 percent positive that your friend is over him and has moved on. You need to establish a strong foundation before introducing the ex factor. After a relationship ends, it is usually wisest to avoid communication with your ex in order to let the wounds heal and start positioning yourself to meet someone better for you.