Big fish, tiny pool
Every group of friends and even families had to deal with the “big fish, tiny pool” situation. Once a relationship ended, another friend or family member accidentally fell in love with one of the brand new singles.
Sounds logical since you’re all friends or related for a reason. This means you often share the same opinion, interests and so on. But depending on how much time there was in between romantic commitments, it often messes things up. People’s hearts get broken and those are hard to be healed.
Before falling in love with an ex of someone you care about, we recommend to think with a very, very clear mind. Is it really worth taking the risk? When the other combo didn’t work out at all there’s a chance that unnecessary drama will be avoided. However, when there are still feelings involved we should act carefully. Karma can be a bitch…
When you ever think of cheating, think again and take a step back. That’s an absolute no go! If you have the guts to cheat, you have the guts to act like an adult too. And there are seriously plenty enough fishes in the sea (and on Tinder).