Should couples who breakup remain friends?  

G000dbuddy 34M  
941 posts
9/21/2021 9:18 am
Should couples who breakup remain friends?

And, has anyone had any personal experience at this?
No, they need peace of mind.
How do I know
Nope because you can’t move on
Yes, hope is dope
Maybe feel less alone
Other


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G000dbuddy 34M  
1563 posts
9/21/2021 9:19 am

Certain things can't be expressed in words..

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RavenGB 60M
1423 posts
9/21/2021 9:57 am

Daft question. It depends on the people involved and the circumstances of the break-up. Just think how many couples divorce and can't stand the person that they once loved whilst overs do remain close.


Tmptrzz 59F  
106114 posts
9/21/2021 1:30 pm

I agree with RavenGB for the most part, but if you get a divorce and you have children, you should try to have a good relationship for the children's sake no matter what a douche bag your ex might be..

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BiSussi 61F
1341 posts
9/21/2021 3:56 pm

    Quoting Tmptrzz:
    I agree with RavenGB for the most part, but if you get a divorce and you have children, you should try to have a good relationship for the children's sake no matter what a douche bag your ex might be..
Oh yes, children should always come first and being friends does not mean you have to go on vacation together, but to the birthday party of the children, to the kindergarten, school function, sport event
Some couples even have sex after getting a divorce, not sure this is always beneficial to the female or both.
As for me, I am on friendly terms with all my ex boyfriends, see no reason to reject their friendship because they wanted children or get married, which I didn't want

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jajo696 67F
4145 posts
9/21/2021 4:11 pm

Would be nice.....but it depends on the people, their character and the reasons for the split. Some can weather the storm....others just cant....and some for good reason.


author51 59F  
128930 posts
9/21/2021 11:17 pm

My ex and I remained friends as we share three kids and am glad we did for our kids sake. We make better friends than we did husband and wife..xoxo

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G000dbuddy 34M  
1563 posts
9/22/2021 12:29 am

    Quoting author51:
    My ex and I remained friends as we share three kids and am glad we did for our kids sake. We make better friends than we did husband and wife..xoxo
glad we did for our kids sake
Great

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G000dbuddy 34M  
1563 posts
9/22/2021 12:31 am

    Quoting jajo696:
    Would be nice.....but it depends on the people, their character and the reasons for the split. Some can weather the storm....others just cant....and some for good reason.
It depends on the situation

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G000dbuddy 34M  
1563 posts
9/22/2021 12:32 am

    Quoting Tmptrzz:
    I agree with RavenGB for the most part, but if you get a divorce and you have children, you should try to have a good relationship for the children's sake no matter what a douche bag your ex might be..
Just for kids sake we might have to give up dignity

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G000dbuddy 34M  
1563 posts
9/22/2021 12:34 am

    Quoting BiSussi:
    Oh yes, children should always come first and being friends does not mean you have to go on vacation together, but to the birthday party of the children, to the kindergarten, school function, sport event
    Some couples even have sex after getting a divorce, not sure this is always beneficial to the female or both.
    As for me, I am on friendly terms with all my ex boyfriends, see no reason to reject their friendship because they wanted children or get married, which I didn't want
Lol last line blow my mind

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