Friends & Relationships

Mar 03, 2012

Friends are always great to have but when you are in a relationship, they can cause more trouble than you bargained. We hope none of your friends are trying to ruin your relationship intentionally though. That would probably make them a bad friend unless they are trying to tear you both apart for your own good.

E.g – You are constantly being put to the wall and they are telling you how bad your partner is and how you should leave them, setting up the playground for you two to break up, etc. Even though they are “technically” trying to be a good friend, you should make the decisions in your relationship and not have friend take matters into their own hands.

The Golden rule of this dilemma is to keep a lot of things under cover. Even if he/she is your best friend, they shouldn’t know what they are not suppose to.

When the  amount of  information passed is less naturally the interference decreases.Close friends have a habit of giving out free advice, like your looks a bit fat in that out outfit or how you both are a misfit. They will try to get you to talk to someone else, go clubbing and meet new people, give you bad relationship advice, and all other things that are not good when you are in a relationship.  Its always good to judge the status of your relationship on your own rather than talking somebody else’s point of view.

True friends aren’t backstabbers or people that seduces or takes a partner away from their friends. Just make sure you have loyal and trustworthy friends who you can count on and won’t betray you

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