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5 Tips For Getting Along With Your Ex Who Is Also Your Co-Worker

Getting over a breakup is difficult enough without the complication of having to see that person each day. When your ex is a co-worker, remaining professional may seem impossible. Rather than quit a good job, get along with your ex as a professional. After the jump, five tips to ensure a peaceful nine-to-five … post-breakup. Keep reading »

Dear Wendy Updates: “Needs New Friends” Responds

It’s time again for “Dear Wendy Updates,” a feature where people I’ve given advice to in the past let us know whether they followed the advice and how they’re doing today. After the jump, we hear from “Needs New Friends,” who had lost friends in her breakup and didn’t know how to make new ones or transition well into her new single life. After the jump, find how how she’s doing now six months later. Keep reading »

What Could Your Ex Do To Get You Back?

Let’s face it; we all have an ex or two somewhere in our past, be it an ex-husband or ex-boyfriend. We might remain friends with some, but might not be able to be in the same room with others. There could even be that special someone you would welcome back if things were … well … different. If there was one thing your ex could do to get you back in his life, what would it be? After the jump, some women reveal what it would take for their exes to win their hearts once again. What would it take for you? Keep reading »

15 Things You Never Want To Hear An Ex Say

You may have noticed a plethora of ex-related articles on The Frisky this week and that’s because we’re in full swing of “Get Along With Your Ex” week. In honor of the, um, special occasion, I bring you 15 things you never want to hear an ex say (especially one you hope to continue “getting along” with), after the jump. Keep reading »

10 Ways To Make A Mature And Classy Exit From A Bad Breakup

Breakups aren’t easy. We know that. That’s why we have the 30-Day Breakup Guide, jumbo bags of Sour Patch Kids, and “True Blood” On Demand. Aside from our guide, there is one thing that many women need to be reminded of. Just because you had a crappy ending to your relationship does not give you an excuse to not be the classy woman you’ve always been after it’s over. You may want to go and rebel (after all, you’re now single and on the prowl), but while revenge may seem sweet, the aftertaste is bitter. After the jump, find 10 ways to remain a classy woman after a bitter breakup. Remember: just because you aren’t good together as lovers does not mean you can’t be friends down the line. Keep reading »

Dear Wendy: “My New Boyfriend Disapproves Of How I Handle My Ex”

I recently separated from a boyfriend of several years and am now dating someone new. Long story short, I separated from the ex because I always had to pay for everything. I feel stupid and angry at how long I accepted no progress with him. The separation so far has been reasonably amicable and I’m trying to keep it that way. New guy knows the situation and that I am still settling some financial items. I own the cars, for example, including a truck the ex put 1/3 of the money into. At first, I was willing to just let him have the truck, which he really wants, and I would take the other cheaper car, but the new guy doesn’t agree with me on this. Basically, he feels I’ve paid more than enough into the relationship and should at least get some money from the truck. I agreed, and so I told the ex; he balked, but agreed to pay me some more for the truck (but not its full value). He doesn’t have a job though, and the insurance is coming due; I want it transferred to him already but I’m worried he’s not going to pay me for it. New guy would not be happy if he found out ex got away with the truck, but deep down, I just want to put this all behind me. I’m worried, though, that he’ll assume if I don’t stick it to the ex like he deserves, that means I’m still okay with being walked all over. Am I being a pushover still? What do I do? — Possible Pushover

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