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[QUOTE=opielonghorn] you are probably all similar in a lot of ways, so it makes sense that you'd have similar taste in partners.

be the bigger person. friends aren't always perfect. as far as whether she was coveting your boyfriend while you were dating him, who cares? your breaking up clearly had nothing to do with that. she definitely should have been up front with you, but she was too chicken to do so. what's past is past.

forget codes and what should be. otherwise, people are always going to disappoint you.[/QUOTE]

Friends do normally have a common bond, or something that draws them to each other, but there is something so obviously missing from her friend that is vital, and that's respect. Stand by your friends, don't betray them and hurt them. Your'e supposed to 'have your friends back', not try out your exes. It's wrong!!

No, no one is perfect, her friend sure hasn't been the bigger person. I think letting this friend go is in her best interest, she's not trustworthy. Who wouldn't care if their friend was secretly eyeing their boyfriend, I sure would. You are right about what's past is past, trust me I am an expert on that, now she should put this friend in the past along with the ex.

People will disappoint you, but that doesn't mean you should settle for anything less than what you give.
[QUOTE=cinting]Friends do normally have a common bond, or something that draws them to each other, but there is something so obviously missing from her friend that is vital, and that's respect. Stand by your friends, don't betray them and hurt them. Your'e supposed to 'have your friends back', not try out your exes. It's wrong!!

No, no one is perfect, her friend sure hasn't been the bigger person. I think letting this friend go is in her best interest, she's not trustworthy. Who wouldn't care if their friend was secretly eyeing their boyfriend, I sure would. You are right about what's past is past, trust me I am an expert on that, now she should put this friend in the past along with the ex.

People will disappoint you, but that doesn't mean you should settle for anything less than what you give.[/QUOTE]


i'm simply saying that it's not that shocking for this to have happened, considering the similarities between people we choose to surround ourselves with, and that she should let the friend go if it's no longer a relationship that's giving her what she wants/needs. but i hope that if i screw up one time in my life, whoever i've inadvertently offended will forgive me.

never say never, i always say. you may find yourself in a position doing something you said you should never do. doesn't make it right, only makes it so.





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