Eh. I've always had the position that, if we're in a relationship, we were in it because we were great friends - at least, I don't find myself in a relationship if the other person and I weren't great friends first.
That being said, if we were such great friends (or friends period) and dating didn't work out, it's OK. Because, we were friends first, meaning we can be friends again.
Of course, it's not going to be easy just jumping back into a friendship; in a relationship, there are obviously different feelings than there were when you two were dating.
Still, I'd be OK with it. If we were good friends in the first place, our relationship (platonic or otherwise) should be able to withstand the trials (and, in this case, ultimate dismantlement) of a romantic relationship.
Then again, I don't find myself in too many relationships because of the above "friend" reason. So, maybe I'm not the best fount of knowledge...
*And please note that this is coming from a teenager. So, as much "relationship" experience as I could have possibly had in my lifetime. Still, I think mine is a view point one could have at nearly any age...
December 21, 2011 - Last Relaxer
April 1, 2012 - Transitioning Began
March 30, 2013 - Big Chopped
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*Excuse my Texas.