Thorshammer Posted October 25, 2011 Share Posted October 25, 2011 No, being a friend is a huge misconception, read about on this forum to see that for yourself, there is enough evidence everywhere. You being a friend, and being there, does nothing. If you try to attract someone right off the bat after A BU, it does nothing. It will be blatant and obvious to them, another last ditch effort, no different than the promises and pleading done during the break-up. All my ex-gfs came back, the faster I left, the faster they came back. They very act of distance is a huge attraction trigger, when you are in a relationship, or not. It also shows a position of strength, especially when the problem lies in the dumpee being needy and clingy. If they chase you after a month, then the break up was never really wanted, and it didnt matter what you did or do after it. The only person that clings to their ex as a friend, hanging on to their very whim, is the person who was dumped due to neglecting their lover, cheating, or not trying enough. Also, did you even read on? Because I said to hit contact when you need something, plus I never said to remain NC forever. Also, try to read past post, dont pick apart posts. You are repeating everything I said a page back, bro. Link to comment
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