My suggestion for you would be to get real with yourself on where these feelings of insecurity are coming from.
Is it coming from a past experience of yours or something that your fiancé has brought from his past? I would encourage you to talk with your fiancé to let him know the boundaries you are comfortable with.
A lot of people want that to be a big drama but I noticed a change in his behavior towards me instantly.
I didn’t want him back so all I could do was just say, “I’m really happy for you.” And I was happy for him.
Coping requires knowing your feelings, talking to your friend and deciding upon some strategies to keep your friendship intact.
If you're wondering how to handle some of the issues that may arise with your ex-husband, the following input from our life coach can help: Question: How do you handle it if your fiancé is still close to an ex, even if they ended their relationship 20 years ago? He also thinks that it should be okay with me to let him go out to lunch with her every once in a while without me. He was also married before, and his ex-wife didn't allow this, so why should I? Gloria's Answer: Instead of asking yourself if you are wrong for feeling this way, I'd love for you take a few minutes and ask yourself why you are feeling this way.You may be feeling jealous of what you see your ex now enjoying. Our ex-spouses' new partners was the focus of discussion one afternoon with my friends and I, while keeping Beth company. We were discussing her husband's soon-to-be new wife; she felt shock and disbelief as to how he could find a new "serious" partner so soon after their divorce.Her children were out -- at their father's (and Beth's ex-husband's) wedding.I guess I just assumed that even though we were divorced, I would always be her one and only and that no man would ever take what had been "my place.'"Steve was experiencing some of the feelings that many men know as his former spouse announces her engagement to someone else.