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Get over an ex with a new relationship?

In the first sequence of the movie Julius, the main char­ac­ter in ’13 stages’, is about to commit sui­cide because he has loved and lost her. In the moment when he almost puts his foot on the heav­ily traf­ficked lane a strange woman pulls him back. She lit­er­ally saves his life - and Julius imme­di­ately falls in love with her!

Julius and Laura
Julius and Laura

In the first days Laura helps Julius to get over his last rela­tion­ship.

But... has such a rela­tion­ship a chance or is it star-crossed from the very begin­ning? Can a new lover ever help some­one to get over a seri­ous rela­tion­ship or do we just take advan­tage of them?

Get over an ex with a new relationship? 
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(Side note: NEVER EVER commit sui­cide! No lost lover is ever worth this. Love is a living thing, it ends and it starts from the begin­ning - again and again! If you don’t believe it ask a happy couple if they have ever felt like you now!)

What do you really want?

Never before has the search for „true love” (accord­ing to offi­cial sur­veys) been as pop­u­lar as it is today - while at the same time, never before have so many of us been so far away from this goal. And so we stum­ble on... and on... from one rela­tion­ship to the next in search of...

On the roof with an Angel :)
On the roof with an Angel :) (View on flickr)

well, what exactly?

Are FRIENDS good relationship advisors?

Are your best friends really experts in the field of modern rela­tion­ships... or do they just rep­re­sent their own (clash­ing) inter­ests?

Best friend: good advice or just casting doubt? (Scene from '13 stages')
Best friend: good advice or just cast­ing doubt? (Scene from ’13 stages’) (View on flickr)
Best friend: "You can whet your appetite elsewhere, as long as you go home for dinner!" (Scene from '13 stages')
Best friend: „You can whet your appetite else­where, as long as you go home for dinner!” (Scene from ’13 stages’) (View on flickr)

Moving in together: Is life really over now?

Moving in together can raise fright­en­ing ques­tions. Ques­tions like:

‚Is life really over now?’

‚Will I become old and narrow-minded?’...

But it can also con­sti­tute an undreamt-of source of eupho­ria. After all, a mutual flat gen­er­ates an incom­pa­ra­ble feel­ing of close­ness.
Well... the most impor­tant ques­tion is: How does this close­ness affect a modern rela­tion­ship?

Moving in together: "... undreamt-of source of euphoria" (Scene from '13 stages')
Moving in together: „... undreamt-of source of eupho­ria” (Scene from ’13 stages’) (View on flickr)
Stuck in daily routine: "Yet as soon as the flat is completely furnished, silence reigns between those four walls." (Scene from '13 stages')
Stuck in daily rou­tine: „Yet as soon as the flat is com­pletely fur­nished, silence reigns between those four walls.” (Scene from ’13 stages’) (View on flickr)
Moving in together: Is life really over now? 
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