If you imediately thought, "that's what she said..." Then you are awesome.
Now back to my serious musings:
Really though, it should have been a more painful experience, according to my memories of past break ups. I went to go see my ex about a project we are working on together for the radio station. We had a discussion about the inevitable awkwardness ahead of time on messenger. We agreed to high five at the end of said awkward discussion. Because that is how fucking awesome "we" are...
Okay, anyways... I get there and it's not painful at all. In fact I'm so excited about the project that I hardly notice any discomfort. This may sound strange but (aside from when we were in bed) this is the most at ease I felt around him since we got together. It was like the pressure was off. When we were involved I always felt like I didn't know where I stood with him. Now it's quite clear exactly where I stand and we can just be awesome "us" again.
When I was walking toward the station, I focused on the trees around me. I told myself to come from a place of love for him, not of the love I wished to feel from him. I wanted him to feel happy, I wanted him to feel comfortable, I realized that what I was feeling was unconditional love. When I stopped making it about me, it stopped hurting.
So, disaster averted and a strong sense of relief has come over me. Not bad for the first relationship after a serious one. Though, I think that I'm only going to seek friendships with men for awhile. While I decide what exactly it is that I am looking for.