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Q: Is there a right way for a woman to end a relationship?
Honestly. That's the only thing you can do. Even if it hurts, just be straight up.
I think the best way is not to deal with getting back into it, out of it, into it, out of it - because that just reopens the wound. Cut contact until you can let yourself heal, and then possibly
down the line, maybe be friends.
Q: What advice do you want to give your exes? Aside from, like, to die.
I never wish anything bad upon my exes; they are all great, they put up with me for a day, a month or even nine months. That written, I won't give advice to them. They can struggle just like me.
Funny: They always give me advice -- advice I never take.
Ha ha, actually I have no bad feelings for any of them. Surprisingly, all my past relationships ended smoothly.
Get your stuff together. Stop acting so damn crazy! All of my exes are certifiable (I do not kid); they are indecisive and don't know what they want. They would second-guess and think and
over-analyze ever little thing I did or said. Stop it. Go see a shrink, work your issues out, but don't bring them with you into a relationship.
Q: Do you think men and women can be friends after a break-up?
No. One person is always disconnected and the other still has feelings wondering what went wrong. Cute idea though. Now go rent When Harry Met Sally.
That's tough. It depends on how deep the relationship was. If you were just dating and having fun, then absolutely, but if you were in love and there was heartbreak, that's not the way to go for
It depends for how long because somebody else special can come in your life, that person may not be okay with you being friends with that other ex.
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