Our expert says:
Some "friends" are not especially close, and don't share many common interests - and one obvious thing to talk about would be his ex, who they knew. Don't fel so uncomfortable about this - its not about you, and she's not likely to be any threat to your current relationship with him unless you insist on making it a major issue.
And having discovered that an ex cheated on him will be hurtful for him, and something he needs to talk about - again, this is a natural way to deal with his pain and indignation. And again, it is NOT ABOUT YOU. You seem to be taking a very self-centred view of all this, with no sign of understanding his feelings or needs. Having a huge fight with him about this is far more of a threat to your relationship with him than anything else. He's absolutely right - you aren't being at all supportive of him, nor understanding, and thinking solely in terms of what you want. Of course you want all the focus on "the new gf" - because that's you. People who have been hurt by someone else, need the chance to talk and work through that hurt. Try to be a bit more adult about this, more sympathetic, and he will be able tyo work through it and get vbeyond it, much sooner than if you go into spasms every time he mentions it.
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