I went out with a couple old friends last night...with my boyfriend and their husbands. Those friends talked about facebook/high school group for half the night...I just joined last night when I got home at their insistance (which is fine) but all that talk about high school days made my x come up in the conversation. One of my friends said something along the lines of "if this ow is going to be in x's life for a while, you should probably just let the kids be around her" Seriously? It upset me so much though I didn't let on. This friend has been through a divorce and though I love her dearly, the divorce was her fault and she had a man that she was wanting to pursue a relationship with waiting in the wings who ended up being her husband. She was about 21 or 22 at the time after getting married at age 19 and feels awful now for what she did to her then husband (who's a great guy...her husband now is pretty nice too and wouldn't go anywhere in their relationship until she was divorced). Anyway...am I wrong in this? I'm not even sure it's completely up to me anyway since it's court ordered. Background info...my x's gf (the one he cheated with and now has a child with) lost permanent custody of her own children within the last year due to drug use and bad decision making concerning the kids.
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