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Can You Still Be Friends?

Ahh, that dreaded phrase, “let’s be friends.” But is it the best way to end a relationship? Depending on how long and intense the union, it may be possible. However, if your relationship was significant, staying friends might be more painful in the long run. Can you really handle hearing about your ex’s new girlfriend? Would you be able to see them together? When deciding whether to stay friends with an ex, it’s important to consider several factors. First, what are your intentions? Might you be hoping to reunite? Is this person really that good of a friend or might it be time to let this broken relationship go? Keep reading fat enotalone.com or important tips on staying friends with an ex!

Posted: 2/5/08