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Posted on Jun 13, 2006 at 11:54 AM

Since this website is made up of men/women.. I would like your honest comments about this... Please!! Can friendships continue, after your friend has connected up with someone other then yourself? I don't see why not.. I bet, the majority of us.. have more friends of the opposite sex. I know, I do... it just works out that way. But we are JUST friends.. Male Nudists/Non Nudists.. Friends ONLY!!! What is your feed back on this PLEASE!! Thanks..... Leah45ca

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Posted on Sep 11, 2006 at 06:29 AM

G'day Pat, I am a relatively new nudist too, around 9 months. Leah and I have been corresponding since around the time she posted this blog and she has been an inspiration to me. I am sure that any awkwardness you may feel by meeting with Leah will quickly fade. I agree she is a special lady and someone who will accept you as a friend. As a friend of Leah, I was excited to see your post on the 9th Sep. Sorry if my comments in June offended you, I see now, I was off the mark. Good luck, I hope you and Leah hit it off. Scott.

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Posted on Sep 10, 2006 at 07:23 PM

Leah: I would think that a former married couple who divorced and yet produced a child may meet up in the future...LOL..I would think that if I meet my former wife for the evening that the 2 of us could have dinner and maybe be lovers that evening.. Tom/nudist 60 Cleveland

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Posted on Aug 27, 2006 at 12:12 PM

Leah45ca, I see no reason that a friendly relationship cannot continue. It will likely be changed, because the one with the new partner will most likely be spending much time with that new partner.

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Posted on Aug 27, 2006 at 12:11 PM

Why not. I have a relationship like that now. We've gone to nude beach and had fun. We've been friends for 4 years now. No relationship other than just friends. It's great just being friends. We share about everything. No sex though..I think sex would ruin it.

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Posted on Aug 27, 2006 at 12:00 PM

A new partner's jealousy can be a problem-not only for remaining friends with an ex, but shows the new relationship will have problems. If you don't have trust, you have nothing. My first ex husband remarried several years later, after I refused his offer of remarriage. He called me after getting engaged, and told me we couldn't be friends anymore because she told him he couldn't. I got angry and told him he was an idiot for getting involved with someone who would tell him what to do, and who he could be friends with. I hung up on him, and didn't speak to him again until a year later, when he called to tell me he was doing a TDY(Temporary Duty Assignment)at a base near mine. He called me the minute he got there, and we met up(as friends). We were friends(on the sly) for years, until he got smart and divorced her. She remained jealous of me until that day, even though she had no cause. Again I must say personally that I would NEVER be in a relationship with someone who would think they could tell me who was OK to be my friend. If being former lovers is the problem, then maybe some people should stop having so many sexual encounters outside of marriage.

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Posted on Aug 26, 2006 at 11:43 PM

likes2touch>> Welcome to " A Nude Attitude"... first off.. ;-) But I am some what confused, with your comment near the end, of your posting.. when you state "I feel you are judging me sharply and unfairly". Who is judging you unfairly"? I have no idea, what you mean? If I said, something that reflects on you.. then I am truly sorry. ;-( Certainly, was not my intentions.. Just that I have observed, certain situations in my life.. that I was referring too. Again, welcome to Nudist Friends.. Since you are new to this lifestyle, and would like to visit a nudist club.. Please let me know, I just became Hospitality Hostess, at my local sunclub... Glen Eden in Corona. I can give you a free tour, and a free day. If you like, let me know if you would like to check Glen Eden out? Once you spend the day there.. then you will understand, why I love going there.. ;-) Take care..... Have a Great Nude Day..... Leah

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Posted on Aug 22, 2006 at 07:18 PM

Hi Leah: LOL..after 31 years of marriage I would have have no problem meeting my x-spouse husband/wife for a "romp in the hay"..LOL leah Tom/nudist 60 Cleveland

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Posted on Aug 22, 2006 at 12:00 AM

TMalle>>> I never said, they can remain lovers, I said friends.. However, some women/males would still carrying on the lover part.. after a breakup. Now, that I can NOT do. Let's make that clear.. since you seem to think, I could still be involved with a EX and be just LOVERS.. Sorry NO!! I would not feel very good about myself.. if I was to just have someone around just for SEX. Maybe, that is something you can do Tom.. since males, don't have to have a reason.. only a place.. LOL ......... Have a Nude Day.. LEAH

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Posted on Aug 21, 2006 at 11:33 PM

VEGASGIRL>>> I can relate to what you are saying. Not only is my Ex of 31 yrs, still friends.. But even past relationships, are too. I just don't understand, why people can't still be friends? No matter what.. Obviously, that is not everyones thinking.. My male friend, that decided to break away from me completely, because of a woman he met, from another dating site, she is not a nudist.. is not doing this because he decided to do so. This is his new mates request.. Sigh!! I guess, she is very insecure.. But then again, she is NOT a nudist.. I guess, we as nudists have a better understanding about relationships. I must admit though..he did aplogize for the way, he ended our friendship.. it was very MEAN. He said, I did not deserve to receive a email like that.. and I am a very SPECIAL LADY. But he has to respect his new ladies request.. Even though, we were just friends.. he feels guilty, that he was talking to me. Sigh!! Makes no sense..... I still miss the contacts we made over the IM.. comparing BLOGS on here.. LOL Oh well, it is his choice.. I hope, it works out for him. I would never turn my back on him.. or any friend, I meet on here.. or have in my life now.. So be it.. Life goes on.. Thanks!! LEAH

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Posted on Aug 21, 2006 at 04:49 PM

I don't know Leah: Leah says a couple can have a break-up and still remain a friend and lover..maybe so Leah..however I think not...LOL Tom/nudist 60 Cleveland

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Posted on Aug 21, 2006 at 03:55 PM

Leah: I can't see why not all remain friends. I have so many friends all over the world, when I am traveling and remember or recall a certain friend, I would stop by say hello and see how things are going. But there are never enough friends no matter how many you have.

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Posted on Aug 21, 2006 at 03:35 PM

If people are adults, they can be friends. I'm still friends with every man I've either been in a relationship with, or dated, since I've been an adult-except for my second husband who was a total waste of space. My first husband and I are still friends after we've been divorced 22 years. Another ex is my Realtor, and I still talk occasionally to the others. If an ex is in a relationship, they need an understanding, trusting partner to avoid problems. I personally would not be in a relationship with any man who would try to tell me who I could and could not be friends with.

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Posted on Aug 21, 2006 at 03:20 PM

Leah45ca, if your friends are true friends then they will understand and won't be mad or turn their back on you. Now at the same time if you leave them hanging (stop talking to them or stop hanging out with them) then that's your fault. Your true friends will always be there for you even if they are a phone call away.

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Posted on Aug 21, 2006 at 01:18 PM

Yes Leah I completely agree with you!! My ex and are also quite civil. Life goes on!!

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Posted on Aug 21, 2006 at 10:32 AM

YES

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Posted on Aug 21, 2006 at 09:36 AM

Hi Leah; Good question. Lots of people would say it wouldn't matter to them. But, I think it would depend on the relaionship you had with that friend. If you were TRUE friends, I believe that friendship would last. One usually finds out who their true friends are during times of stress, such as a divorce or other life ordeals. I find the ones who are true friends will be with you, and you with them, no matter the situation. I find naturists seem to be more accepting of a person. Maybe its because they've seen you naked, lol. Remember to SUN THOSE BUNS!! Rockk

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Posted on Aug 21, 2006 at 07:18 AM

Dear Dear Leah, The one very important thing is that GOOD friends are very hard to find and once found should be cherished. If indeed they are GOOD friends then they will become good friends with both partners.

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Posted on Aug 20, 2006 at 07:59 PM

Hello Yes Friends are friends

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Posted on Jul 19, 2006 at 04:00 PM

Some people can make up excuses, but if I cared enough for a person to marry them in the first place (or the second place ..lol), it would be hard to put up a wall and deny or ruin what was. But if it causes a lot of grief for the new couple, it would not be a kindness.

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