Tell your boyfriend how you feel about it.
The real question is why should it bother you. Either trust that its just being friends, or break up and move on because if you can't trust your boyfriend your not going to have a happy relationship.
It depends on the basis of the relationship. If the basis of the relationship is true friendship, then they will remain otherwise the relationship may end.
Yes, they did remain friends because no one can ever forget the relationship they have during marriage and understanding and love they shared.
Yes, it's healthy for each gender to have friends of the opposite sex. In fact, they may offer up helpful advice to your significant other. The part that needs to remain healthy is trust. If you can't trust your boyfriend, then the relationship will not succeed in the future.
It is best to move on when you break up with a boyfriend. It's seldom both can remain friends because one is always in love with the other. 'Ex' means just that ... no longer having a relationship with this person!
If your friends are warning you that your boyfriend is not a nice guy and you should break up with him then they are seeing the reality of his character and love has blinded you so it would be a good idea to listen to your friends. If your friends just think he does not fit in with their crowd and your boyfriend is a nice guy, then your friends are not your true friends and you should remain loyal to your boyfriend. Be wise, take a second look at your boyfriend and consider what your friends are saying about him if they don't feel he treats you well.
That is a matter of his personal choice and it also depends on whether or not his X wants to remain friends.
The correct situation is what happens between you and your boyfriend is none of your friends business and is private unless you so choose to tell them something private. What your boyfriend tells you about himself should remain between the two of you and your friends need not know.
Most couples that end a relationship would rather move on then remain friends. Once lovers it is rather difficult to remain friends and see your counterpart date other people. He is letting you know the relationship he had with you is completely over and he chooses to move on and not remain friends.
He wants to remain friends with you.
Yes, many couples do test their relationship that way. Most remain together, and some others decide that it would be better to remain apart, or just friends.
Adam and Sauli were in a relationship from 11/10 to 4/13. They remain close friends.
'Ex' means the romantic relationship is over. If both of you do not feel anything for each other romantically but just want to be friends that is fine, but generally it's the young woman or young man that may still have romantic feelings so it is better not to remain friends and move into the future.
It means that since it didn't feel right to pursue a closer relationship, they would prefer to remain friends and not bf/gf.
No. The legal relationship that made them your in-laws was legally dissolved. You can certainly remain friends and "family" if you have a good relationship with them.
At your age it isn't appropriate to be dating someone that is older than you. Since you are still growing and maturing there can be a big difference between you and your boyfriend in maturity level. He may be ready to do things that you are not. It would probably be best for you to just remain friends and not get into a relationship that you aren't ready for. If you do choose to stay in your relationship remember that there are going to be many differences between the two of you.
nope... just not have sex with him so offen and then for a while... u will be come friends and not boy friend and girl frined
AnswerASHANTI IS SINGLE.SHE BROKE UP WITH LONGTIME BOYFRIEND RAPPER NELLY EARLY 2009.THEY REMAIN "GOOD GOOD" FRIENDS.
Sometimes when a person thinks they love someone and have a relationship, either one or both simply realize they are more friends than lovers and they split up and remain friends. There is absolutely nothing wrong in remaining friends and each of you moving on with your lives. However if you are still in love with him then it's best to end this friendship and move on with your own life.
If your friend does not have a girlfriend or boyfriend then you could tell them that it would be nice to go out on a real date to see what it is like. This way if neither of you want a love relationship you can still remain friends and you can keep your dignity.
Good communication skills between your mom and you or in any other relationship is very important. Even though your boyfriend is paralyzed it does not mean he doesn't have feelings. It may turn out you either have sympathy for him and you will remain friends or, you love him and have to decide what the future would hold for both of you and how you would be financially capable of having a life together. Be honest with your mother and tell her at this moment in time you love your boyfriend and the fact he is paralyzed does not matter to you. You may be surprised that your mom is wiser than you think and will be sure to tell you the drawbacks on this type of relationship, but she may also surprise you and encourage you in the relationship with your boyfriend. Your mom is there in hopes of you having the very best that life can offer you so be patient with her and listen to what she has to say on the subject and then you will have to decide what you want to do in this relationship with your boyfriend.
Most likely the girl likes you as a friend. However, there is some chance that she could like you as a boyfriend. But here's the problem....do you really want to be with a girl who has a boyfriend, but is sending out signals that she might like you (or someone else) as a boyfriend while she is still in a relationship? For now, I suggest that you just remain friends with her. Then you can see how it goes. If she breaks up with her current boyfriend, you'll have a better idea of her intentions.
James and Chelsea, of Big Brother 9, are not still together in a relationship. They have chosen to remain friends, but will no longer be in a serious relationship.
No, best friends of opposite gender do not always end up together. It is perfectly possible for the relationship to remain platonic.