Post # 46
Absolutely not…do you seriously want to look over at some point in your wedding at the crowd and see the person your fiance you just said vows too used to have sex with.. behind your back.. while dating you.
And why you became friends with her is honestly beyond me
Post # 47
Hell to the no. This woman is at worst bad news and a threat to your relationship, at the best, completely inappropriate and obtuse. It was big of you to forgive her (and your fiance), but since she couldn’t leave the past where it belongs, you should be upfront with your fiance about why you don’t want her there. Ask him if he really wants this girl to be verbally reminding you about his infidelity on the day you’re supposed to be getting married?
Post # 48
aussiemum1248 : It was very early on in the relationship. This woman didn’t know that she was a mistress at the time, which is why I didn’t have a problem with her. I also didn’t have an issue with his friend dating her immediately after their side fling ended. But I never expected her to make comments repeatedly to me about their history – that’s what affected me the most.
Post # 49
anatheanalyst : She didn’t know about me when he he cheated, so I really couldn’t blame her. Plus she immediately started dating his friend so I figured I should just get to know. Never expected her to make unnecessary comments to me about it though – so that’s why I’m not a fan now.
Post # 51
Nope! Sorry, not cool. I think if she had left it all in the past and hadnt made the (SUPER CRAPPY) side comments, I could have looked past it, since you were friends. But as it sits now, I dont see any reason to invite this couple.