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Updated on Tuesday, March 11

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QUESTION: Is it possible to have a FWB and it ends smoothly - with no one getting hurt?

10 comments

  1. Theoretically I suppose it is. I feel like it's pretty rare though- someone usually ends up getting hurt.

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  2. Happened once with me but I still wouldn't recommend it.

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  3. It can end amicably, but someone will get hurt.

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  4. AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA Oh my, wow I needed a good laugh. Thanks!

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  5. Had one for over a year. Ended because we were no longer in the same province. We're still friends.

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  6. Yes. Only works if you go into it fully informed on both sides and cut contact at the first sign of attachment. I actually really treasured that time we had together, knowing things just wouldn't make sense long term.

    I hate the term "FWB" though. I prefer "fling", if you must label...

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  7. Probably, but my anecdotal evidence has shown otherwise.

    Then again my sample is small

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  8. I had a friend (female) who was in a totally casual FWB for a few months and when she was no longer into it she just told him she didn't want to do it anymore the next time he hit her up. He was like aight cool and that was that

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  9. Female here. It is totally possible. I just ended my feb relationship that was going on for about 6 months. He isn't upset, nor am I. It was completely mutual.

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  10. I've had them end well. Usually what happens with me is that I've had one solid FWB for probably more than a year now. Whenever one of us starts dating someone else, we stop having sex and just stay friends. Then once we're both single we start having sex again.

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