You can never be "just friends" with someone you fell in love with" Do you agree?

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  1. O.tayo

    O.tayo Active Member

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    Kindly drop your opinion.
     
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  2. leoprincess

    leoprincess New Member

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    No
     
  3. O.tayo

    O.tayo Active Member

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    Why?
     
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  4. peperoni

    peperoni New Member

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    "Yes" and "no" cos it depends on your discipline towards staying just as friends. Some people are quite good at "friend zoning" their ex while some are not. For me, if I am in that situation, then yes I can stick to "just friends" relationship.
     
  5. O.tayo

    O.tayo Active Member

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    Thats a nice opinion.
     
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  6. O.tayo

    O.tayo Active Member

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    But will you not feel hurt the way ur friend will relate to her partner since you are already in love?
     
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  7. peperoni

    peperoni New Member

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    Sure, it will hurt me
     
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  8. Jemimah

    Jemimah New Member

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    There must have been a reason to fall out of the love. No I don't agree. There is a possibility of being just friends and at the same time be at peace not wanting or needing the ex. That's the mistake most people make. Is it love, instant gratification or lust?
    Some say they can't handle and they'll disagree with being just friends. Why? It's either you had something to lose, or your emotional state has been affected by your ex and you have been hurt. The kinda hurt that leads to hatred.
     
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  9. O.tayo

    O.tayo Active Member

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    Okay o.
     
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  10. James

    James New Member

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    I support your motion ultimately. There Is a huge difference between falling in love and growing in love, those who fall in love will sooner or later fall out of it. Nowadays when a guy tells a lady "i love you" he Is either saying im lusting over you or i desire your body for sexual pleasure. The only reason they have not to accept each other as friends Is if there Is a bound that bond them together sexually. The bane Is that love Is downtrodden and Lust embraced.
     
  11. O.tayo

    O.tayo Active Member

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    Hmmm. I am short of words.
     
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  12. O.tayo

    O.tayo Active Member

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    With this, are you saying one should not date?
     
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  13. AYINDE KOLADE

    AYINDE KOLADE New Member

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    Well for me, being just friend with one's ex is very possible. If you have a another girl/guy in your life It's not a sin to let your ex know that if any relationship is going to come in existence between you two then it'll strictly base on friendship level. But, if one does not have another guy/girl then It's left with the ideology one has. Human being are driven by ideology believe me.
     
  14. O.tayo

    O.tayo Active Member

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    Nice submission.
     
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  15. James

    James New Member

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    Im saying figuratively and literarily that people should stop falling but grow in love because love Is not a contract but a forever affair. In a nutshell, you are not ready Is you are not ready, you count So many ex because you are not yet ready for love but for Lust.
     
  16. O.tayo

    O.tayo Active Member

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    Okay bro.
     
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  17. Anas Abdul waheed

    Anas Abdul waheed New Member

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    I guess I will have to say yes.. We can't always be "just friends" there is always an emotional attachment towards every relationship. It now depends how we choose keep or friendship as friends or be in love with each other.. #love happens in friendship not coincidence
     
  18. O.tayo

    O.tayo Active Member

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    Hmm. As kolade said, it depends on ones ideology.
     
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  19. Ibukunoluwa

    Ibukunoluwa New Member

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    To me I think it goes both ways
    firstly
    I think the kind of relationship you had with your partner would b the deciding factor for instance if you were once in a relationship where your ex beats you up tell me,would you even consider friendship with that kind of person after breakup talkless of bining more than friends if your ans is yes then you are presumably going m*d
    secondly
    No one understands or knows you more than someone you'v bin intimate with presumably ur ex so its quit possible to b just friend as long as both parties are matured about it and the relationship wasnt based on lust from the start
     
  20. O.tayo

    O.tayo Active Member

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    hmmmm
     
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