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ColorSplash ColorSplash
When you break up with someone and the other person still loves you and still wants to try but you want to be friends.. Should you still talk to them and try to be friends?
03/16/2011
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markeagleone markeagleone
Quote:
Originally posted by ColorSplash
When you break up with someone and the other person still loves you and still wants to try but you want to be friends.. Should you still talk to them and try to be friends?
I would say yes, unless there is no happy medium and the pressure is too much.
03/16/2011
Jul!a Jul!a
In my personal experience, trying to be friends immediately after a breakup just turns into a lot of bitter jealousy. It seems like a very difficult task, but I've found that the best way to handle it is to not see or talk to each other at all for some period of time. I normally recommend 6 months, but with the one ex this worked with, it took a few years. However this is all based on my own personal experience, so I don't know exactly how well it'll work with you. I wish you the best of luck with whatever decision you make
03/16/2011
MrRainybowbow MrRainybowbow
When they love you but you only want friendship it tends to get nasty and not work out. If they cant handle just being your friend and your support then i'd say no its really a bad idea.
03/16/2011
Spring Spring
It didn't work out for me. It caused fights and we ended parting our ways. I think it is best to at least take a breather like Sam mentioned. Maybe someday you both will feel the same way and can be friends but immediately afterwards has never worked out in my experience.
03/17/2011
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