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I believe that life does not have to end with a divorce, and if you want to fall in love again, you can.
So what happens if the person you are interested in dating, or are falling in love with, was formerly married to a friend?
How do you negotiate these potentially rocky waters?
Hypothetically these couplings could work out very well if you proceed with extreme caution and follow some guidelines.
In their particular circumstances, Angie had been divorced for five years and Brian had not spoken to his old friend in over a decade.
The men had been colleagues once, but that was many years back.
One person figuratively commented, "It's okay if someone near my home dated my ex, but not too close to home." I think this sentiment makes a lot of sense.
The same thing can happen even if you live in a large city.
That being the case, there is a high probability that you may be asked out by someone who was once married to a friend, acquaintance, colleague, or even a relative.
Or, on the other hand, you might be the one doing the asking out.
Consider taking the high road by addressing the situation directly with the acquaintance prior to getting involved with their ex.
(As well as, obviously, addressing the situation directly with the person you want to be dating.) In the case of Brian and Angie, Brian did call his old friend to communicate his intentions.
He had a good feeling about this, and as luck would have it, his instincts were on target.