He had a job opening and needed someone trustworthy. She stopped talking to me without giving me a reason a couple of months ago.
Up until this point, he and I had remained friends (we share one child). I thought my friend would work for him for a few months while she looked for a different job. My daughter said that she has seen my best friend at my ex-husband's house on different occasions. I would normally talk to This isn't a love letter, really.
We tend to have very loose boundaries when it comes to dating – our exes are our closest friends, we date our friends, and sometimes even our friends’ exes. And for me personally, each of them was a complete disaster and ironically those relationships became the most toxic relationships I have ever been in.
Then explain that you miss her and want to save the friendship. Please know that even if you have a great conversation with your friend and mend your broken relationship, she might prefer to maintain some boundaries when it comes to your ex. As long as our community remains small and rather tight knit, it’s likely that we’ll run into the same women in our dating adventures again and again, even within our friends group.When given the chance to date a friend again, I would pass, given my previous disastrous outcomes.For me, I learned that if the answer is “why not date?”, it’s best not to go there and stay just friends.
Also, I just found out that they are both on a trip together. I am not sure why she would just stop talking to me. You're devastated that your ex stole your friend, but it sounds like you can live with the fact that your friend stole your ex.