Yes No. Yes No I need help By doing this, you're politely approaching her, and letting her decide where her comfort zone is. But ethically speaking, two self-aware adults choosing to be with each other despite any previous attachments is a reasonable ground upon which to build a relationship. If you want to be her bitch and be friends with her talk about sunshines and rainbows isnt much you can do inless she wants to cheat. They may be old partners or other close friends. Be direct, but careful. Try giving her your number.
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