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Married, divorced, now good friends

On Valentine's Day, people talk about love. But what does that really mean? Life spoke to two couples who have broken up yet continue to love one another, showing how romance can evolve and mature with age

On Valentine's Day, people talk about love. But what does that really mean? Life spoke to two couples who have broken up yet continue to love one another, showing how romance can evolve and mature with age

Watching Nisa Kritkaew and Taworn Boontaim chat, bicker and spout profanities at each other, you would think that the two have been friends since childhood. But the two have a much more complicated history. Only five years ago, they broke their 20-year silence after a messy teenage break-up and unplanned pregnancy which left them scarred. Now close friends who hang out a few times a month and help each other whenever help is needed, they talk about reconciliation and unconventional friendship.

Photo: Apipar Norapoompipat

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