These are the reasons to relinquish control over your ex's relationships post-divorce:1. Unless a person is dangerous or clearly a bad influence — they come around your kids drunk, high or advocating illegal activities — you're going to have to step aside.While you would hope your ex exercises good judgment, their judgment will probably be about the same as it was when you were married, for better or for worse.The pair has generally kept mum on the details of their relationship. She was later engaged to NFL star Michael Strahan for five years, and has been romantically linked to Nick Cannon.When Nicole starred on the reality show “Hollywood Exes” in 2012, she told Radar, “Eddie and I are friends; he’s my babies’ daddy, so we speak to each other and have a great relationship and I think that’s important when you have children involved.” She and Eddie have five children together. On her reality show, “Mel B: It’s A Scary World,” she said, “I had people calling me a gold-digger, saying that I got pregnant on purpose.Murphy’s 2006 relationship with Mel B, a k a Scary Spice, was his most high-profile to date. It was a horrible time.” But the former couple’s interactions have reportedly warmed since things got rocky last year with husband Stephen Belafonte.Johnson is so unknown that many media outlets confused her with Tamara Johnson-George, Taj from the R&B group SWV, when Murphy’s ex sued a production company in 2013 for allegedly stealing the idea for “Hollywood Exes” from her.Yet, you may be plagued with questions about when and how to introduce your kids.
On one hand, you can hardly contain your enthusiasm for your new love interest.
It's natural to want to control your control her children's exposure to new relationships, but this sort of micromanaging is unwarranted.
Controlling your ex or his dating habits are a bad idea.
Okay, in case you missed it, it means that you and your ex are now respectful, cooperative and intent on moving forward without creating any more damage to one another or your children. One sticking point for my clients often hinges on their ex's involvement with significant (or not so significant) others.
They fear, understandably, that these relationships will harm the children.