Reader Question - My husband and I divorced last year, and we have been successful at doing this in a mindful way. We have grown children and have been able to remain friends and business partners. My problem is with the new man I have been seeing. He insists that remaining friends with my ex and running a business with him is not normal and that I am just inviting drama down the road. He says once my ex realizes I have moved on that things will deteriorate. He also says that the fact my ex has not found someone new means he is still in love with me and that is not healthy for our new relationship. I can't tell if he is jealous or has valid points. What should I do?
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