Lisa Appleton is back offering her knowledge and wisdom to Daily Star Online readers to help improve their sex lives and relationships.
Last week, the Big Brother beauty was helping a man who had left his wife for a much younger woman after the romance vanished, but was now struggling to keep up with his younger lover.
Lisa said she understood his decision to start a new relationship, as she feels romance is important at any age, and in terms of his bedroom issue, she told the man just to be honest with his new partner, as good communication is vital.
This week, Lisa is helping a man, who is concerned his fiancée is still seeing her ex-girlfriend.
'I walked in on my fiancée with her ex-girlfriend'
My fiancée and I have been together for four years. I was the first man she’d dated in six years – my girlfriend is bisexual and has dated men and women.
Our relationship has been amazing for the most part but recently I caught her cheating.
I got home from work early one day and found my girlfriend in bed with her ex girlfriend.
I was completely stunned and we got in a humongous row and she insisted they were friends and this was a one time thing.
I ended things immediately and took some time for myself. But we decided to reconcile after a few weeks apart.
We’ve been back together for a couple of months now and it seemed all hunky dory.
However, last week, she got in the shower and a text popped up on her phone from her ex girlfriend who I caught her in bed with.
I brought it up to my fiancée and she said she wants to keep her in her life as a friend but there definitely isn’t anything going on with them anymore.
I took her at her word but I’m worried that I’m being played. What should I do?
It really doesn't help the fact that you've caught your fiancée in bed with her ex-girlfriend.
So, you've actually caught them doing something – if that hadn't happened and they were friends and just texting you could understand that but it's the fact you've caught them in the act does trigger those alarm bells.
The thing is, with your fiancée saying it's a one-off, she's not to be trusted as she's already been unfaithful with her and therefore she's being selfish.
You are being played.
She can't have her cake and eat it.
Your fiancée is confused and I just don't think it's going to work. It's a recipe for disaster.
It sounds like she doesn't know what she wants and still has feelings for her ex.
As much as it hurts, I think you really need to have a think about how you're going to move forward, because if you were to move forward with your fiancée, I don't think she should be friends with her ex as there is going to be temptation there.
So, if you're going to move forward they cannot be friends. End of.
- Lisa Appleton
- Big Brother
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