Best Friends With My Ex.Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
D and I are really close friends, he was also my first boyfriend and the first guy I said "I love you" to. After we broke up the first time in 11th grade he confided in me about things he didnt to anyone else (though we werent friends). After summer break he and i became friends again and we soon realized that we liked each other again, and that didnt last very long before he broke up with me again and hurt me, so we've stayed friends (though slightly distant). well recently we decided that us trying to stay distant was pointless in a sense. we decided to be good friends again. and when he asked me if we should do this he said that he never wanted me out of his life.
we talk like everyday and tell each other that we love each other. neither he and i have a problem with this. i have a bf and he knows that.
i told my bff about this and she says that i like him again and he likes me but we both know that we dont. my friend thinks that he and i should stop talking and stuff. and apparently his mom (one of our school counselors) thinks that we shouldnt talk either b/c we get clingy too fast.
i have a bf and D knows about him, Ive also told my bf about D. he doesnt seem to have a problem with him or any of my guy friends.
So my question is. is my friend and his mom right? and
is it wrong that he and i are friends like this?
It is always good to be friends with someone unless they are psychos.
Continue to be friends with him and you will be happier about your life.
Nobody is being hurt by this so why not?
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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