In the passenger seat was my high school boyfriend. We had become infatuated with one another senior year, and we were now facing the inevitable relational shift: going to different colleges. Our chosen colleges were three hours apart and neither one of us had a car or money. I was devastated, but a few weeks had passed and we were still in semi-regular contact. I would sign onto iChat everyday, and we spoke as if nothing really had changed.
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So what does it mean when your ex wants to be friends? From the simple wants, to get back to you, to a secret plan for revenge, it can mean anything. Keep reading further for an insight into this bothering topic Keep reading further for an insight into this bothering topic…. Disclaimer: We are not mind readers, and the article is just an attempt to figure out what all it means when an ex wants to get back. You now check the mail.
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My best friend is the person I spend almost every single day with, the person whose shoulders I've cried on more times than I can count, and the person who makes me laugh when my world is falling apart. He's the person that's been my go-to for the last three years, the person who knows me better than most, and sometimes even better than I know myself. Most people are weirded out over exes being friends, especially as close as we are.
This left me and anyone else who knew us baffled and shocked. We had a great understanding — emotionally. We both were always busy, he has a demanding job, I have my studies, we met once a week which was never an issue. A few of his best friends created constant nuisance, even though they stay abroad.