Ruiyi Nigel,

CLEO (Singapore) - - BEAUTY -

“Nigel has al­ways been one of my best friends, both be­fore and af­ter the breakup. He has been there for me even when I didn’t want to be there for my­self. When some other dude broke my heart three years ago, he ditched all his plans and came to my house to check on me.” “Din­ner was great! Ev­ery time I meet Nigel, it feels like I’m meet­ing one of my old­est and clos­est friends. We catch up once in a while, as all close friends do. I think we have an un­spo­ken un­der­stand­ing that we’ll let the other party know if some­thing ma­jor hap­pens. I’ve learnt to stop re­gard­ing Nigel as my ex.” “Be sure that the ex you want to stay friends with has your best in­ter­ests at heart. Af­ter all, that’s what friends do. The [change in re­la­tion­ship dy­nam­ics] will be rough, but if there’s pa­tience and gen­uine care for each other, you’ll be able to ease into th­ese lit­tle shifts and re­dis­cover an un­con­di­tional love that

friend­ship.” time can­not touch:

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