ex boyfriends

United States
January 5, 2009 10:19pm CST
Hi, I'm married now but my ex boyfriends keep asking my friends for my numbers I don't know what to do I mean I do still want to be friends with them, but I'm afraid they want more can you give me some advice on if I should tell my friends to give them my number or just say no and forget them thank you
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@rsa101 (15497)
• Quezon City, Philippines
6 Jan 09
The best way is to really move on and maybe tell your friends not to give them your number anymore as you want to live happily with your current family. I think your friends would understand that one. If one tries to attempt then its okay to tell them that you do not want anything to do with them.
• United States
6 Jan 09
Ok thank you so much I will try that thanks again
@beckish (614)
• United States
6 Jan 09
If you want to avoid conflict in your marriage, you are better off to tell your friends to NOT give your number to the ex's. If they are still pursuing you even though you are married, chances are they do not have your best interests at heart. Friendship with them is really only possible if your husband wants to be friends with them too, and most husbands probably would not be too thrilled with that prospect. Good luck.
• United States
6 Jan 09
Thank you so much you are so right I appericate your advice thaks again
@stiener (735)
• Singapore
6 Jan 09
Well...it may not as bad as you think. Probably they only want to keep in contact with you thats all or they needed your help in something. Maybe you can just inform your friends who you think is safe to disclose your number to. And when they give your number away, just drop a simple hint like "By the way, did you attend her wedding, we had a great time then" or "Her husband is such a thoughtful person." Hope that it helps. Cheers and Happy MyLotting...
@ketybhagat (4125)
• India
6 Jan 09
I hear warning bells, kerri so be careful. When you became exs, you left each other for some reason. Tell your husband about it and laugh it off, i.e. if he can take it without jealous tantrums. Better still, avoid them in the interest of your marriage. If and only if your husband is willing for you to be friends and meet in his presence, its ok. Otherwise, its better off the other way round.