I had the idea that when one takes the step and risk to start a romantic relationship, first wanting to be bg/gf, then getting married or being in a cohabitation state, or more, and if in one of those stages things don't go as one could want (receiving a "no" as an answer, many feuds, that one has to go to another place, divorce, etc, etc), both have to separate, stop the contact, going on with life and being polite in case both see each other BY CHANCE.
Last Saturday, I talked with a friend, and in some of the conversations, he told me that he has an ex girlfriend, with whom he still keeps in contact as friends in part because they share some things in common.
That makes me wonder about the next thing: is it possible to continue as friends with an ex?, and when I say as friends, that means to stay in contact and still going out but in the meaning of friendship without pursuing anything further, without thinking that there could still work.
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Many pele bring this off with no, problems, and stay friends long term.
Imsupposenthey have learned the hard way not to expect a Cinderella story, mand they KNOW it won't work from long experience.
They don't have the false expectations that a lotnofnstar- struck lovers have, in other words.0