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But we were probably kidding ourselves about the friend thing; what we were doing was more akin to a long-distance relationship.

“I Much like being in a romantic relationship, remaining friends with an ex requires that you’re both looking for similar things.

There’s only so long a relationship can remain in limbo.

After we said goodbye on that spring day a year ago, I thought about him a lot and wondered how he was doing.

In my early 20s, I neglected to take such a break when my college boyfriend and I quickly slid into a friendship of frequent phone calls and cross-country visits.

The support he offered at that time, when I was just starting out in a new career and in a new city, was incredibly valuable; in a lot of ways, the long goodbye was wonderful.

Although I didn't feel the elusive spark with him, I did really enjoy his company (the whole God thing aside). In the past, when I've gone on dates with guys who were great in all respects that I didn't want to unbutton their shirts, I often found myself in the position of power: The man would ask me on a second date; I'd say no, as nicely as possible (here's how to do it); and if I truly wanted to be friends with him, I would also say fairly effusively.

How do you decide whether to keep an ex — or merely someone you dated — in your life after the spark has gone out? If you have kids together, you might be co-parenting or at least communicating.

Dating coach Francesca Hogi told me that she often sees exes trying to be friends when one person still has feelings for the other and is holding on to hope of reconciliation; or someone is still hurt from the breakup, and that makes it hard to continue any kind of relationship.

She also notices women agreeing to be friends when an ex suggests it, just because they don’t want be disagreeable.

(Both of them, oddly enough, are professors of philosophy. But maybe he could've handled it with a little more follow up with a nice email — but it didn't contain an invitation. I wondered if he thought I wasn't hot enough, or smart enough, or whatever — if he was picking up on some fatal flaw o' mine. I thought that if the God-Believer didn't like me, well then, I didn't like him either. In that way, I was being kind of like the Frozen-Foods Aisle Sprinter.

Or maybe that's not odd — maybe they could think through the situation and realize that, tiny momentary disappointment aside, a friendship might be a beneficial thing.)In another case, however, I was aggressively — and rather defensively — turned down for a friendship by a guy who said, "Since you're not attracted to me, I don't feel comfortable hanging out. As I was getting ready to skip town, however, I decided, what the hell, I'd drop him a line. And right away, he wrote back, saying, "I'd love to be friends! We're gonna hang out as soon as we're both back in New York.