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  ShyAnn29  |  14

It kind of depends, if he has NEVER given you a reason to not trust him, then it could be that nothing is happening between them, just because two people share a bed, doesn't always mean that there's sex going on.

On the other hand, it depends on how close they were, and how close they are now.

I hope that makes sense!

  nystev  |  13

Friends don't share beds...? I've shared a bed (non-sexually) with many friends (mostly girls) before, sometimes we even fit three inside a double bed. It's really a matter of how comfortable you are with people being in ''your space'', and also what's the more comfortable sleeping option at the time (I'd rather share a bed with my friends than take the floor).

  ShyAnn29  |  14

91 I wasn't saying that there is nothing wrong with it, and I agree it is different if they have dated, I was just saying that sharing a bed with a friend isn't uncommon, I've shared with friends several times.

I did explain my last comment right, sorry

  etoilenuit  |  15

I have sleepovers with my friends all the time. True sleep overs, not sex. Boys and girls so I'd say if its someone whose always been a friend that's one thing.. But an ex? Not okay.

  mfmylifesrsly  |  29

I've slept in beds with my guy friends before. Although not ex's, fuck no. Also if I'm dating someone I'd ask my boyfriend first if he's okay if I shared a bed with a male friend, although I probably wouldn't even do that.

  nightbirdblue  |  27

I have to admit that I've sleep in the same bed with my ex. Her boyfriend knew about it before hand and was okay with it. He actually thought we were doing a lot than we actually did. He thought that perhaps there might of been a sort of fuck buddy thing going on, but didn't mind since he felt it was helping sate her desires for a female lover. However, we really did nothing more than cuddle. We were best friends before and after our relationship.

I don't really see a problem with this as long as the person you're in a relationship with and the person that your ex is in a relationship with knows about it and agrees with it. Rules should be set of course.

By  wonders8  |  3

Maybe you should make this current 'boyfriend' of yours, your ex boyfriend. Either way that sucks OP he just wasnt meant to be don't worry you'll find someone:)

  Cinn_fml  |  22

Books have way more context and character development than what most people would get from a simple FML comment. Especially a commenter you've not seen around before.