My ex wants to be friends. We havent talked in 6 months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmoothO View Post
    then bam I get dumped before valentines day with my reservations and plans for valentines day all planned out that she agreed to and I'm left crushed.
    Heh. There's never a good time to get dumped, but at least you saved some dough breaking up before VD.

    Quote Originally Posted by SmoothO View Post
    Then I end up feeling bad for her because she is an emotional wreck and have a hard time facing the reality that she dumped me and she claims she wants to be friends but did things to me that shouldn't be done to a bf or a friend. I deleted her and blocked her last week and am sort of debating adding her back, but I think I am going to keep her deleted.
    Keep her deleted until you're well back into the dating or PU scene. None of this "friends" shit for a while. Too early on and you're just picking at fresh scabs.

    Quote Originally Posted by SmoothO View Post
    I don't want to first off be in the situation where I am checking her constantly, and secondly I don't want to witness her on facebook with another guy (even if I am with another girl or have closed other girls) because it would mean her reasons for breaking up with me were bs.
    Great idea. Self torture is for squares.


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    self torture line hahahha. You're right though.

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    If you're ex's and there's no residual bitterness, then you may as well be cordial about it and return texts/messages. You don't have to become BFF's or shit like that.

    Although if being around her is going to bring back those old feelings, then don't.
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    in my situation there is bitterness just because of the way it ended. But I do agree if the relationship's end was cordial and not as bad than it's okay (but it doesn't sound like it was at all.

    The truth is most relationships even though maybe they try to end cordially, usually don't unless the person breaking up with the other person really makes an effort to be good and cordial about it and they really do want to be friends.

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