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  1. That's my take as well. Personally, it's bad enough that he invites an ex to his place alone. It's even worse that he does it so publicly, knowing I can see it means he doesn't respect my boundaries.
  2. It's been a week so here's a little update I guess. He posted some photos of his new place, and she commented, asking where a specific piece of decor was, and he replied "A photo won't do it justice. Gotta see it in person 😛" That sounds like an invitation to me and crosses a boundary that I'm not comfortable with. I asked to meet up with him this weekend and will call it quits.
  3. I enjoy spending time with him and hope that we could take it further, but I don't want to be someone's placeholder
  4. I don't think he dotes on her. It didn't seem like he showed her special attention or anything. There were just little moments where they shared inside jokes or make references to things only they knew
  5. We go on dates about once a week -- dinner, movies at his place, exploring the new city, etc. No sex
  6. I have been casually talking to/seeing this guy for a couple months. We used to work together a few years ago and reconnected when we both moved to a new city around the same time. He had a game night with a few friends recently and also invited his ex. Throughout the night, he would call her by a nickname and occasionally bring up old inside jokes. Apparently, she is from the area, and he got back in touch with her when he moved. They've even hung out one on one a few times. I know people can be friends with exes, but it rubs me the wrong way because he tries so hard to be friends with her in particular. He sent her a friend request a year after they broke up, she didn't accept. Then he tried to hang out with her in person; she did once or twice then cut it off. And now, 2 years later he tries to get in touch and be friends with her again. I know we aren't serious, but is this something I should consider? I don't know if I'm just reading too much into the situation. What should I do?
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