I'm dating someone who is having a problem with the fact that I'm still going through a separation, am receiving support payments and am still keeping in contact with the stbx, mostly due to the fact that my stuff is still at the house while I look for a job (am only temping) and live with my parents. This person I'm dating feels that I'm not moving on adequately and should stop contesting the divorce, as opposed to, from my perspective, I'm contesting and remaining civil with my ex due to financial reasons. In any event, the guy I'm dating wants to "be friends" now. One, should I never contest a divorce for purely financial reasons and will this will truly hinder the emotional process in all cases? And two, is the "let's be friends" comment always a kiss of death?
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