By Meranda Yslas

Although fans everywhere are still upset with the celebrity divorce between Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert, it seems that these celebrity exes are making the best of it. According to UsMagazine.comthe country singers were seen tweeting jokes to each other only four days after announcing their celebrity break-up. A source reveals that the exchange between the exes wasn’t a show or fake, but was genuine. “There are no hard feelings. They want to move on as friends, and they are doing just that.”

These celebrity exes are committed to being civil. What are some reasons to remain friends after a break-up?

Cupid’s Advice:

Not all break-ups have to end with severed ties and broken hearts. Sometimes people are better at just being friends than in a romantic relationship. Cupid offers some reasons why being friends with an ex isn’t always bad:

1. You enjoy each other’s company: Although you two may no longer feel romantically toward each other, it doesn’t mean all the good times and great conversations have to end. If you two are able to recognize that while dating isn’t the best option, but hanging out as friends is then friendship is a great idea.

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2. Mutual friends: After a break-up your mutual friends may feel forced to choose a side creating an uncomfortable tension. Rather than losing friends because of a split, let your social circle know that you two are cool with each other and don’t want to make anyone feel awkward.

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3. Children come first: If you and an ex have kids together it’s going to be nearly impossible to avoid each other. Being friendly towards one another makes talks about who will pick up the kids after school much more manageable.

How did you and your ex maintain a friendship? Share below.