Agreed. No one should stay friends with their ex. Ever. Even better, don't have any exes and marry your one and only. You are so right! But with this horrible social media thats so easy to access, the constant pushing by the mainstream media, tv programmes that it's just " so acceptable and...www.rooshvforum.com
Just linking to this thread where there is talk about male friends. My girl told me that a male friend of hers (ex-colleague) who has asked her out in the past and she has rejected but is still good friends with asked her over to this new apartment that he's moved into. She said no but now she's telling me that its because she's scared of what I would say. She also asked if I would be okay if she went to meet him. What should I say?
I would dump her so she is free to go to any apartment of any man she wants and it will no longer involve you or concern you.
She wants to go over the apartment of a man who has expressed romantic interest in her but she is afraid of what you will say. Her concern is not that the proposed idea is obviously wrong and immoral and should not be undertaken because it is inherently wrong, but rather how she will be perceived, by you, for undertaking such a thing.
I have often observed, many people wish to be perceived as virtuous without having to put the work in to actually be virtuous, this is especially common with women.
I once had a woman, an ex-fiancee I recently dumped, ask me, "do you think I am a slut?" but not, "am I a slut?" She was more concerned with my subjective perception of her rather than the objective truth of her reality and her essence.