No email just sex
The severed emotional ties between you will prevent you from relating to each other in platonic ways for a long time to come - perhaps forever.This is something that we all know instinctively, whether or not we admit it to ourselves in the face of a failed relationship.Trying to be "friends" is a recently-dumped female's way of saying "I am not ready to let go." However, in some occasions, the male ending the relationship will suggest it.If this happens to you, know that this is a male's way of saying one (or all) of a few different things: Let's have a completely platonic relationship in which we ignore the feelings we had for one another, and even the ones we still have.If I do find a way of quantifying what I think to be the right balance between those two extremes, I will write a new post about it.In addition, I have a couple posts that make the good points without making the questionable ones. You can read the original (though annotated) text of the post here: Never Say No to Sex Related Posts 1.
""You're going to mess him up real bad," Ellen De Generes teased.
It is a struggle that is analogous in some ways to a man's reluctance to make ties with a woman.
Whatever the case, "just being friends" is simply not a viable way of relating to a man or woman you've been emotionally or sexually intimate with.
At most, it is a reliable source of advice for women who want to improve their chances with the opposite sex.: I've removed this post.
I wrote it a few years ago and have since come to see that there are some problems with it - namely, the following two problems: 1.