Sex with my ex is amazing but I feel guilty as I'm friends with his wife

DEAR DEIDRE:  MY ex sweet-talked me back into bed and I’m loving the hot sex — but feel guilty because he’s now married and his wife has become a friend.

We split up two years ago but remained friends on social media. We had dated for ten months, seeing each other a couple of times in the week and spending romantic weekends together.

I’m a 32-year-old car showroom receptionist and my ex is a sales-man, aged 36. We got together after a night out celebrating the launch of a new car, and in the taxi home he kissed me.

We’d been flirting for weeks but that night there was no messing around. I invited him in and we had sex three times.

But less than a year later, he broke it off, saying he “wasn’t ready for a relationship”. He left his job and found a better one elsewhere.

I was hurt to see on social media how quickly he hooked up with another girl and got engaged. They married within six months. I moved on with my life and had a few dates but nothing serious.

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His wife then joined our company, looking after our fleet cars. We got along really well. She is hard-working and really good fun. But I don’t think she knows about my relationship with her husband.

One evening before picking her up, he came over to talk to me. He whispered: “I’ve never stopped thinking about you. If I could, I’d rip your clothes off right now.” I was shocked and insisted he stop.

He then started texting me and I couldn’t resist replying. He followed up by coming to my house late one evening and that’s when we ended up having sex.

I find him irresistible but don’t want the drama of ruining the other woman’s marriage. What can I do?

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DEIDRE SAYS: It’s possible his new marriage was a mistake. If so, he must sort it out. But you obviously still have feelings for him so don’t end up being his booty call. You’re worth more than that.

My support pack Your Lover Not Free explains more.

Explain that you’re giving him space to talk to his wife and end his marriage if that is what he wants – but that he can’t have you both.

Give him space for six months, which should be enough time for him to make the move towards being a single man again.

When the six months are up, at least you will know where you stand and whether this relationship has legs, or if it’s time to move on for good.

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