Recycling means - you have dated him/her before, split up, then met up and started dating again. Why, why not and what do you think about "recycling"?
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I agree. Sometimes the reasons we end relationships disappear when we're a bit older. Having kids who live at home, or interfering parents, for instance are things which wouldn't be problems later in life but could sabatoge younger couples.
Usually if you dump someone they don't want to be "friends" unless they believe they can work their way back into having a relationship. Most guys however don't want (real) platonic relationships with their exes.
That's just sad the love is already there it is just shifting gears. This is a sad mistake men make.
You never know, maybe the first time there were too many outside factors, or circumstances beyond your control. Growing also changes a lot of things as well. Maybe you got together when you were too young?
I agree though: Awesome term.
I agree things change and so do people...if you let it go and it comes back than its meant to be
LOL I am friends with all of my ex's I think...and I have had a few of the same kind of friends with ex's you have had...also have a best guy friend that is like that when we both aren't dating:) I would rather that than looking for one nighters
abbykorinnelee, I suspect we are not alone! ha ha
Connecting with a "special friend" who knows what you like beats having one night stands. It's like having a Life alert button for times in need, only this is more of a sex alert! LOL
LOL you have me rolling in laughter right now dashing scorpio with that life alert button comment...I was going to say the clapper...lol. I prefer knowing where "it" has been if you know what I mean lol
lol Neil, I think I need to purchase some blue boxes as well, but then again it's only fair that they roam and do as they wish....right!
LOL .... shred'em sounds intersting... I should try that
LMAO...I definaly have done that and feel that way about my ex-husband!! The most recent one is exactly what te singer is talking about in that song Jar of Hearts...someone needs to give him a taste of his own medicine:)
I think this story is very comforting for all of us who were in love with someone and it did not work out. Instead of regretting "what could have been", maybe we should realize - it was all for the best.
Sunnie, it is a common trend - once tried, it is much easier to come back and try again. And again. And again. As an interim thing. Until "something" better turns up.
I would disagree with the poisonous mind, I would like to think of it as going to who is comfortable. Plus you are married so I don't think it would mean a relationshiop like yours...but I could be wrong. I pray God blesses your marriage always.
People can get back together for lots of reasons - maybe even love. But it isn't always a sign they have a problem, or poisonous mind.