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Staying Friends: Worth it or a Waste of Time?

After a break up it is tempting to remain friends. After all, why not continue the good parts of the relationship while jettisoning the bad? Ahh, if it were only that easy! So when is it worthwhile to remain friends, and when will it lead to certain continued heartbreak? According to Lovingyou.com, it might be possible to stay friends if you and your ex have completely different goals for the future, you’ve got different core beliefs, or if the relationship was mainly sexual. Should you stay or let it go?

Posted: 2/11/08