CLEO (Singapore) - - BEAUTY -

I wanted to end things two years into the re­la­tion­ship be­cause I just didn’t feel same af­fec­tion for him any­more. We talked about it and stayed to­gether for an­other two years, but in the end, it be­came clear that I no longer wanted to stay in the re­la­tion­ship – he wanted to set­tle down and I just couldn’t com­mit to [mar­riage]. That’s why we broke up.” “The breakup hurt dur­ing the first cou­ple of months and I never truly got over it since four years is a long time. But I’d say so­cial me­dia turned what was left of our re­la­tion­ship into a friend­ship. We check in on each other from time to time. I be­lieve we’ve been han­dling [our friend­ship] quite well and I’m glad.” “The din­ner was great and it felt like meet­ing an old friend, but not quite. We don’t re­ally talk that of­ten though we’ve tried to ar­range a meetup. I think it’s dif­fi­cult when one of us gets into a new re­la­tion­ship, which he did.” “Don’t hold grudges, es­pe­cially since time helps to put things in per­spec­tive. It also helps to ac­cept the fact that what hap­pened, has hap­pened. I think you shouldn’t shut out some­one you used to be in­ti­mate with, un­less the rea­son for the breakup in­volves some sort of dis­re­spect,

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