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Would you stayed married to your partner if... Faye's Mama 1 child; Springfield, MO, United States 4569 posts
18th Apr '13

you two fell out of love but were best friends?

user banned Vancouver, British Columbia 5643 posts
18th Apr '13

Yes I would. I would only separate it neither of us were happy.

JΔS Georgia 74553 posts
18th Apr '13

No. There would be no romance and the marriage would be pointless.

Ladee+Grant+Lilly 2 kids; Tallahassee, FL, United States 20554 posts
status 18th Apr '13

No. I'm still best friends with my ex husband. But we are divorced.

user banned Due November 26; 1 child; Parkersburg, West Virginia 9548 posts
18th Apr '13

i would bc you can rekindle the love

kr:) 1 child; Texas 5334 posts
18th Apr '13

No. If your best friends chances are after a divorce you will still be.
Why have a unhappy love life just to keep a friend.

tonys_mama(army wife) 4 kids; 1 angel baby; Fort Irwin, California 15536 posts
18th Apr '13

That depends. Do you mean lost the spark but still love them? Or just fell out of love period?

Sarah ♥ K&K 2 kids; South Land, CA, United States 119245 posts
status 18th Apr '13

I dont think so...because we wouldnt be having sex anymore and thats where we connect a lot emotionally so no, it probably wouldnt work.

Ladee+Grant+Lilly 2 kids; Tallahassee, FL, United States 20554 posts
status 18th Apr '13
Quoting ⚓ Sarah ⚓:" I dont think so...because we wouldnt be having sex anymore and thats where we connect a lot emotionally so no, it probably wouldnt work."


This is what happened. Among other things.

_______Nope_________ 23772 posts
18th Apr '13

I say yes because i don't believe in "falling out of love." I think love is something you work at, so if we were still "best friends" than I think we could work at everything else. Now, if he wasn't willing to work on it, that's different.

user banned California 8675 posts
18th Apr '13

If there is no love romance respect happiness then no I wouldnt stay. Plain simple.

.:Stacy Renee:. 19 kids; Ohio 6510 posts
18th Apr '13

You're going to fall in love with your spouse many times throughout your marriage. If its been a really long time with absolutely no spark then I would try my best to fix it. If you've exhausted all of your options & you're not happy, that's different.

.t a y l o r. 3 kids; Indiana 3847 posts
18th Apr '13

Noooo.
Life is full of too many mediocre things for marriage to be one of them.

user banned California 8675 posts
18th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting she nan igans:</b>" I say yes because i don't believe in "falling out of love." I think love is something you work at, so ... [snip!] ... still "best friends" than I think we could work at everything else. Now, if he wasn't willing to work on it, that's different."</blockquote>



So true, I agree!

Liz +3 Due August 3 (boy); 2 kids; Alabama 171 posts
18th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ⚓ Sarah ⚓:</b>" I dont think so...because we wouldnt be having sex anymore and thats where we connect a lot emotionally so no, it probably wouldnt work."</blockquote>




This.