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Montag, Mai 31, 2004
You know, I admire people who are able, after a relationship splits up, to remain in a friendly relationship. Mr. Lilli's Ex and I to chat on the phone regularly and from time to time we meet up for a Tekilla and a talk, but that also needed years. Her Hubby isnot so happy about this, but we do it amongst us. Some of my best male friends are ex-lovers from me. Any why not? I mean, in the best case, you know pretty well why you are no longer in a partnership, but you know each other much closer than anyone else.
I love endings like that.
Even when I get furious when someone says"Let's stay friends" right at the splitting up. When we were lovers, we might become friends one day, but we can't stay friends.
This couple seemed to have shared much more than just sex and love with each other, so in their hearts was space enough for another kind of love.