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Bad enough to feel rejected because they cannot (or refuse to) be and do as we would like them to, but we then convince ourselves that if we don’t continue to be a part of their lives after the breakup, we’ll feel even It’s not just feeling valid though that will have you itching to offer or take the hand of friendship; it’s hoping that they’ll miss you enough to come crawling back on their hands and knees and beg to be taken back.

It’s wanting to be there on some terms rather than no terms.

And until you let go of this negative, self-fulfilling prophecy, you’re going to keep perpetuating that same cycle of desperation, need, and abandonment. If she doesn’t like the way he texts, calls, communicates, kisses, or commits, she can dump him at any time.

A confident woman knows she holds all the cards in the relationship.

It’s wanting to keep tabs on them and to have a hand in their lives.

More importantly, remaining friends with your ex, aside from being some sort of validation of your worthiness, the act in itself makes the process of letting go somewhat less painful. However, when someone has treated you with an absence of love, care, trust, and respect, attempting to remain their friend in any capacity is a grave mistake that those who attempt it learn about all too quickly.

First of all, not many guys approach me so I always have the urge to do the approaching or I feel that I will never be approached. I have this fear of being alone forever and sometimes I wonder if I’m doomed to be single forever…and I hate the idea of being alone. It’s really hard for me to go day after day without a boyfriend.

The reason why we want to remain friends with our exes, even when they have treated us ‘less than’ with an absence of love, care, trust, and respect, is because we want to feel , that friendship is like the last chance saloon.

We’ve expended emotions and energy on the other person and are heavily invested.

What is forgotten is that you need only attempt to be friends with an ex that 1) treated you well and 2) where enough time has passed and you have both gotten over the loss of the relationship.

Let me assure you, for those of you hankering for friendship with people who didn’t treat you well, this is Hi, I’m Natalie!

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