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Why Do Women Hate When The Relationship Ends?

I really wonder why a woman should build enmity with a man when the relationship goes bad. Should every relationship lead into marriage especially when you know there is no compatibility. Even when the woman has an attitude problem and knows she's at fault, she still does not want to build a good friendship after the relationship ends.

Can someone please clear me on this?

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You cannot treat me badly and wish to be friends again. Not when the relationship ended because u were misbehaving wit oda women and i corrected u in luv, only for u to interprete it as nagging.

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I think you would have succeeded in turning the table from a woman who hates to a man who hates when a relationship ends!

If you used to get down like 3 times a week you can downgrade to once a week that way there will be no hard feelings.

To me, there is nothing to downpaly. The only reason, I would even get down with an ex is only 'IF' I love him still and don't really want to let go ( which sucks because you are holding yourself down). There is no way you can guarantee that there will be no feelings developed if they have sex once a week or a month. So, it is a sticky situation.

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I think you would have succeeded in turning the table from a woman who hates to a man who hates when a relationship ends!

If you used to get down like 3 times a week you can downgrade to once a week that way there will be no hard feelings.

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Most guys wont accept that because they will feel it is wrong for one party to dictate the terms of their continued interaction. Which makes sense. Dont you think?

You are not serious right? Dictate ke? As in we are done. What part of we are just friend won't he get? If he wants to get in bed with me, then, he would have to continue the relationship on my terms. As in, I have friends and I don't get in bed with them and he is not an exception period. From what you are saying, it means he wants to be friends with benefits ( as in I don't have anything to do with my life).

What do you think?

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it depends on which side the coin landed on y' know. . . a guy who deeply hurts a girl can make her unforgiving and if u flip the coin

the other way too and a girl hurts a guy it could make him unforgiving. . . . personally i dont keep grudge with my exes am not one who bear unnecessary

grudges so i just let go i more of blot them outta my memory instead of carrying the anger around like a cross but then you know pple handle their business

differently

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Depending on how you end the relationship, if it was on a bad note, then you do not need to be friends. As for me, I am still friends as in civil towards him. I have nothing against him.

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You 've a point. Some of the anger is misplaced and unnecessary however. You should be able to remain friends even when relationships grow cold. Relationships that grew cold are known to come alive again. So, why the anger?

Some guys dont make things easy the way they let go. They should learn to provide soft landing when they lose interest in a relationship.

The pain the girl feels sometimes is not because the relationship ended-usually the signs are always there long before. It is how they were let go. Guys should learn to be smart about this. Vice versa.

Pennywise, you have a point at the bolded statement. I don't think we should be enemies. Infact, I would like my ex to keep in contact with me than not calling me at all. But, what I will not accept is you trying to get in bed with me. Men and women can be evil sha. I know every relationship should not end in marriage. That is the reason why you should make sure you and your partner are on the same page. You can't carry on a 4 years or more relationship with a girl and not expecting her to think it might/will end up in marriage. Therefore, tell whomever you are dating what your intentions are to avoid bad feeling at the end.

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Most guys wont accept that because they will feel it is wrong for one party to dictate the terms of their continued interaction. Which makes sense. Dont you think?

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@OP

You 've a point. Some of the anger is misplaced and unnecessary however. You should be able to remain friends even when relationships grow cold. Relationships that grew cold are known to come alive again. So, why the anger?

Some guys dont make things easy the way they let go. They should learn to provide soft landing when they lose interest in a relationship.

The pain the girl feels sometimes is not because the relationship ended-usually the signs are always there long before. It is how they were let go. Guys should learn to be smart about this. Vice versa.

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lol @hate

every1 seems 2 have forgotten when there was love~

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@ Poster: Parting ways has never been easy. Hating the man is our way of getting over and part of letting go process. With all the hurts and achings inside, to be friends with the person who broke your heart is the least to expect after the break-up. However, I still believe time will heal all the wounds and if both have moved on, that would be the right time to become friends.

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b'cos they are too bum to understand that everything ends at some point.

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friendship after break-up is a kind of imported culture thing. i think we got it frm d west

Well, its gaining acceptance among us now. i think we see it as being matured.

i broke up with my girl , like 2 months ago over compatibility issues, we are still friends sha.

i thinks dats jus d best we cud offer each other.

Damn! i hate this emotions,

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We dont hate the man when things go sour, we'd rather not be friends with you at least for the first couple of months, It's part of the whole "getting over you' process.

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With Naija babes, your relationship must end in marriage otherwise you are in trouble.

A babe once threatened me she would join witchcraft if i leave her alone.

I was like WTF!!!!!

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Friendship, after a relationship hits the rock? Is that really possible? I'D say NO!!

We can exchange pleasantries . . . .Yes, but that Depends on the reason for the break up.

If a relationship ends because the man wasn't treating me as I deserve, then,

Heck no!!! We can't "be friends". A friend wouldn't mistreat anatha friend.

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