Some serious relationships can be very difficult to say goodbye to when two people have bonded so closely.
An ex-girlfriend of mine had become one of my best friends by the time we had broken up, as we had revealed sides of one another no one else had ever seen before.
I asked him about this and it finally came out that he is living with his ex-girlfriend.
Basically, she is living there rent free and has been for 10 months, so she can save enough to move out (we live in NYC).
A lot of them are just really hurt and don't know how to deal with the pain of a breakup and easily get over it. ) One time, an ex-girlfriend texted my friend asking if there was anything going on with her and her ex-boyfriend (who she had just gone on a date with) because he had randomly broken up with her that week after three years and given her zero closure.
Unfortunately, most of them require you to stay far, far away.
Perhaps the most harmless possible motive is that he truly values your friendship, and doesn’t want to lose touch with you altogether.
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