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post #52786 of 57266
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Originally Posted by Benesyed View Post

Idk I've almost always been friends with exes and fairly close. If I liked them enough to date them but it didnt work out then they probably were friend material in the first place.

Maybe im just a weirdo, seems it :|

I've pretty much never been in a relationship with a girl that I was friends with first. I guess I just put people in the friend zone...I can stay friends with girls I've just had flings with. But not really someone I've been in a serious relationship with.

Just too many memories. Plus, I don't really trust myself not to have sex with them again. And then emotions etc.
post #52787 of 57266
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

I've pretty much never been in a relationship with a girl that I was friends with first. I guess I just put people in the friend zone...I can stay friends with girls I've just had flings with. But not really someone I've been in a serious relationship with.

Just too many memories. Plus, I don't really trust myself not to have sex with them again. And then emotions etc.

I'm just glad to hear it's common to just move apart. I thought I had messed up horribly or something. I just don't get how because you courant be a couple all the things you liked and shared go away
post #52788 of 57266
It's not that all the things you liked and shared went away, it's that most of the time, someone either still has romantic feelings for the other person or harbors resentment for the breakup. It's hard to be friends with someone that carries that strong of an emotion toward you, or hard to be friends with someone when you have that strong of a feeling toward them. Eventually even if you're cordial, something's gonna give, and it'll either be a big explosion or something very awkward.

Drifting apart is honestly probably healthy. You just ended a pretty significant part of your life, it's necessary to mourn that loss. That is hard to do when you see the other half of the relationship all the time.
post #52789 of 57266
You guys are right. I might be upset in a different way if we tried to stay close.

It hasn't been that much time


On a less negative note, congrats TK
Edited by Benesyed - 4/16/15 at 9:18pm
post #52790 of 57266
I mean, unless you're really well adjusted, you're probably going to feel shitty for at least a bit when your ex finally moves on, even if you think you've moved past it. I knew ending my last relationship was the right thing to do, but I still felt blindsided when she told me a couple of months later that she was seeing this guy. I knew the relationship hadn't benefited either of us for a very long time, but I still cared very much for her, so knowing she was entering that intoxicating new relationship phase stung. But people move on at different paces. I feel I'm close to being ready to meet someone new, but first I had to take some time for myself and also evaluate the relationship and my role in its demise.

Also, there's the issue hendrix mentioned. Getting back with her would be a mistake for both of us, but I'd be lying if I said I would reject one more roll in the hay. Despite everything, we had a pretty strong physical chemistry, so I don't know if I'd trust myself around her for extended periods of time.
post #52791 of 57266
Thanks RHET bros
post #52792 of 57266
Yea I took my first breakup really badly. If you have the means to distract yourself with work and friends and shit do that. I didn't which was what made it rough. Ultimately you will recover, shit's just raw right now.
post #52793 of 57266
The best way to get over someone is to get under someone else.
post #52794 of 57266
^^ If you can find anyone you at all are interested in. I slept with a random person a couple of times within weeks after my most recent breakup, sex was nice but it didnt give me anything in terms of emotional comfort. I.e i only think it works when you are sort of over the person already, allowing you to be interested/attracted to someone else.
post #52795 of 57266
Whenever I fuck less attractive randoms after a relationship ends I always feel a bit shit after because it's like what am I fucking? Fucked some grim shit this year after my break up, did sleep with my first black girl though. Possibly first asian male in history to sleep with a black girl.
post #52796 of 57266
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Originally Posted by mrchariybrown View Post

Nothing says love like a burrito

THATS WHAT SHE SAID!

post #52797 of 57266
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Originally Posted by GraphicNovelty View Post

The best way to get over someone is to get under someone else.

 

Under? You mean behind?

post #52798 of 57266

One of my lecturers seemed really interested in the research and results for my masters thesis.

Said he wanted to have a closer look at the data and then asked if I want to try to get it published. He has a tendency to talk a lot, but getting published would be pretty great since I don't think my grades are good enough by themselves to get accepted to phd studies.

post #52799 of 57266
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Originally Posted by conceptionist View Post
 

One of my lecturers seemed really interested in the research and results for my masters thesis.

Said he wanted to have a closer look at the data and then asked if I want to try to get it published. He has a tendency to talk a lot, but getting published would be pretty great since I don't think my grades are good enough by themselves to get accepted to phd studies.

 

do it. its something you can definitely talk about in interviews/ looks great on a resume.

post #52800 of 57266

Woah, thumb comments are gone again?

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