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    What are people's feelings on this, it seems to be a pretty contraversial issue ... and almost did it the other day , and feel as if everyone is now judging me .

    WHY?
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    heh that is the WORST possible ****.

    talk about head melting.

    i'd avoid it. it just causes big problems down the line.
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    (Original post by Amzybaby24)
    What are people's feelings on this, it seems to be a pretty contraversial issue ... and almost did it the other day , and feel as if everyone is now judging me .

    WHY?
    ...because to some people, it's a very loose way to act if you're not in love with your ex. Casual sex is something not everyone would agree with.

    However, it's your business, and i guess if it makes you happy then why not? It's your decision. But understand that some people will be watching and judging as it's natural to do so i guess. :confused:
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    It happens a lot. In some cases there's no harm done in giving in to the alluring familiarity but it can really mess around with both people's feelings. I really don't recommend it.
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    I wouldn't...unless you are so sure its just for the sex and there are no deep down feelings which could get messed around!
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    But neither of us have those kinda feleiogs anymore, we talked about it, the attraction is purely physical, yeah of corse we care about one another, as friends, but thats it.
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    Even if your partner agrees that it would be purely for the physical...i'd think there was one of you who feels more emotionally about it.
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    (Original post by aliel)
    Even if your partner agrees that it would be purely for the physical...i'd think there was one of you who feels more emotionally about it.
    how come??
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    (Original post by Amzybaby24)
    how come??
    Just because. Even if you are both "sure" now, it may be half-way thru' it or even afterwards...that you/he realises that its not healthy...even if you aren't in love there is likely to be some feelings there.
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    So why did you break up with him, if your still having sex. Personally in my opinion whether the attraction is purely physical or not i'd rather be in a relationship with the person i'm having sex with. I guess for me it would just feel wrong.
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    (Original post by Ant93)
    So why did you break up with him, if your still having sex. Personally in my opinion whether the attraction is purely physical or not i'd rather be in a relationship with the person i'm having sex with. I guess for me it would just feel wrong.
    he broke up with me, although i provoked him and this wsa in liek febuary, and we never slept together then.
    We still haven;t now we;ve jsut both admitted we want to seeing as we never did, other stuff happened, and has been happening, but i no longer would want him as a bf, or love him, n he feels the same.


    so therefore FWB is an arrangement that seems to work 4 us
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    Exs are evil
    Exs are evil
    Exs are evil
    Exs are evil
    Exs are evil
    Exs are evil
    Exs are evil
    Exs are evil
    Exs are evil
    Exs are evil
    Never speek to them or go near them
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    (Original post by BhArJ)
    Exs are evil
    Exs are evil
    Exs are evil
    Exs are evil
    Exs are evil
    Exs are evil
    Exs are evil
    Exs are evil
    Exs are evil
    Exs are evil
    Never speek to them or go near them
    :hugs: i'm sorry you've obviously been hurt, i'm friends with most mine, its nice,
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    (Original post by Amzybaby24)
    :hugs: i'm sorry you've obviously been hurt, i'm friends with most mine, its nice,
    Evilllllllllllll i tell u!
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    (Original post by BhArJ)
    Evilllllllllllll i tell u!

    not all of them, im sorry :hugs:
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    Arg Arg Arg such a tough one... when you're ex's g/f has left their husband for your ex i would say its a good idea, but sometimes its just so tempting. No but its not a good idea, even if the ex is single, just because they are an ex for a reason.
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    (Original post by raven4723)
    Arg Arg Arg such a tough one... when you're ex's g/f has left their husband for your ex i would say its a good idea, but sometimes its just so tempting. No but its not a good idea, even if the ex is single, just because they are an ex for a reason.
    what if that reasons has become blurred/fogotten?
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    I personally wouldn't have sex with an ex, would mess with my head too much! But I guess if it works fine for you both and noone is suffering any emotional trauma's then why the hell not?
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    Who are you trying to justify it to hun? Me or yourself?
    Theres a couple of scenarios in this situation - you either do it and its a giant mistake and you end up back where you started, do it and it works out great and you get back together, do it and its good once and nothing changes but you have a good time (DOUBTFUL), don't do it and everything stays the same, don't do it and regret it for the rest of your life. Which one do you want, and which one do you think would happen?
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    regrets dont work 4 me, so i'll do it, thnx
 
 
 
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