I’m witnessing a heartbreaking breakup at the moment and I really just wanted hope. I wanted to know that some people can come out the other side still respecting each other.
It's certainly possible. It will be a lot easier though if both people can refrain from saying nasty things about the other or doing nasty things to try to get revenge. That kind of behavior will usually make it much more difficult to be friends in the future. It probably also depends on the reason for the breakup and how much the two people respected each other while they were in the relationship.I've been in several relationships during the course of my life, including a long marriage, and I can honestly say that I would be willing to be friends with all of my exes. Some I wouldn't want to be too close to, but I'd still be willing to be friendly with. In fact, I am still connected on social media with two of my exes. One other ex I stayed friends with for at least 10 years before our lives got busy and we lost contact with each other.So it's certainly possible to maintain a positive relationship with an ex, but I think how the two people act toward each other during the early stages of the breakup when emotions are high is important. So if you can, I'd encourage the guy to be civil toward his ex even if he's really upset with her and hopefully she will do the same for him. If they can both do that, then maybe later when the emotions have died down, they'll be able to be friendly with each other.
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Are you polite to her now?
But surely if you can put your child’s needs above your own, you can take the high road eventually once the shock wears off.
And also calling us men weak when we cry. I know some fathers who are soft hearted but they had their hearts broken by women.
My husband cry’s bout 10 times a day, has done for the past 13 years. You might want generalise a wee bit less. It might help with your future relationships.
A friend of mine is currently going through a divorce that his wife wants and he doesn't. She LITERALLY won't even tell him what went wrong. She keeps trying to get him to sign the uncontested divorce papers, but he doesn't want the divorce so she keeps threatening to file contested divorce papers, all the while he literally doesn't even know what happened.
This question isn’t about man versus women. It’s just looking for hope and support to offer a guy whose working through this.
Oh plus yup Holograph there’s no real benefit to listing the reasons why you no longer love a guy, that just prolongs the pain and also gives false hope that he maybe able to do something to change the outcome.
It's just selfish.
To list everything you don’t live about a person once you e fallen out of love?