Dating wifes best friend after divorce
We could not pull together as a couple but could be good friends if we lived apart.
And I am far from being the only person who has enjoyed a far better relationship with their former spouse after divorce.
For although Neville, my ex and I have remained good friends, even best friends, since our divorce nearly 30 years ago, I dread to think what life would be like for each of us if we were still wedlocked to each other.
That is, of course, always assuming one of us hadn’t bludgeoned the other to death by now.
But as it is, amicably separated for decades, we have what I believe is the best sort of later-life relationship; chatty and companionable yet not eternally tied together.
Eventually, there was nothing for it but to part and go our separate ways.
We had been married for over 20 years by then and the boys had grown up, so had given it a good shot.
Once all passion is spent, all arguments at an end, it may not be such a bad idea to get back together in your twilight years.
After all you probably know each other better than anybody else and so long as you work out a modus operandi that suits you both, why not?
She maintains that they remain excellent friends, but are no longer an item.