Christian rules for dating my son
Oh, and also, most importantly: the "just friends" thing will be especially workable because my future girlfriend or wife will be overjoyed that I am still great friends with an ex.
And like I'd just revealed earlier, I personally find the subject that deals with the Biblical Meaning of Numbers -- to be quite fascinating, and nothing more than that.
The fact that I'm not, what you would call a "Biblical Numerology Expert" would lead me to suggest, that you don't use this list for studying purposes.
But use it simply as a way, to open your mind, when it comes to possibly adding more bible study options to your bible studying toolbox.
Whatever the case, "just being friends" is simply not a viable way of relating to a man or woman you've been emotionally or sexually intimate with.
The severed emotional ties between you will prevent you from relating to each other in platonic ways for a long time to come - perhaps forever.
If, after being dumped, you find yourself tempted to convince your ex to be "just friends" or to "stay in touch" (because he still "means a lot to you"), acknowledge the fact that you really just want to hold on to some fraction of what once was, even if it is nothing like a real relationship and will actually hurt you in the long run. ------------------------------------- If you liked this post, you'll definitely like my book, Beyond the Breakup, which explains everything you need to know about dealing with you ex: what he's thinking, what is motivating him to stay friends with you, how to maximize your chances of getting him back, and how to focus on your future if that doesn't happen.