Regardless of how much each of you has moved on, there is always that bittersweet feeling of what could have been.
You don't want them back, but you don't want to keep being reminded of what could have been.
Kaley Cuoco has found true love at last with fiancé Karl Cook, but for The Big Bang Theory star, relationships haven’t always come easy.
If you have moved on from this person, you really should not take issue with who they are with now.
There is no clear-cut rule when it comes to love and friendship.
I asked one of my male friends about this, and he said that if all parties involved respect one another, a simple conversation needs to occur.
In time, I am usually content to be "acquaintances with history," exchanging an email every once in a while or having friendly drinks with the exes that I still respect. Here are six rules for making that awkward transition from lovers to friends. Mourning period: Give each other time to mourn the death of the relationship.
But that's only after time has passed and I've removed the rose-colored glasses that I used to gaze at him through. The longer you two were together, the longer it will probably take before you are ready for friendship.