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Dear Guys, I recently dated a guy who I liked quite a lot. I'd like to have him as a friend, but the problem is I'm still attracted to him. Unless the friendship you have with him is so unique you can't replace it with anyone else, this situation is just going to make you frustrated and angry. Sure, two people can be friends after breaking up but it's not that common.
We went out for about six weeks and seemed to have a great time together. Some of the GUYS have managed to do this, but it's not the easiest road to take, especially if one party is hoping for something more. This guy has made it pretty clear he just wants to be friends.
Yes, they've seen you naked and you used to draw little hearts with your finger on their back while the slept (just me?
oh...), but the sooner you decide to start thinking of them as a friend and stop labeling them as an ex, the sooner you'll start to feel that way, too.
Try to focus on being happy for your friend rather than side-eying your ex.Make sure to introduce them to new people as your friend. It just really comes down to time, respect, kindness, and a determination not to make it weird.Check out the entire Gen Why series and other videos on Facebook and the Bustle app across Apple TV, Roku, and Amazon Fire TV.I can't even imagine not having him has my ride or die now.Most of the people we date are people we enjoy spending time with.
We have things in common and — before things got all weird — we have a lot of fun together. So it's a shame to lose that from your life just because you don't want to make out any more. Let me be the one to tell you, while it might feel (especially right after a breakup) like you'll never be able to be friends again, I promise you it's totally possible to have a genuine and fulfilling friendship with an ex, as long you do it right.