Young woman have a tendency to stick close to their girlfriends and of course woman are noted (in most cases) for yakking about anything and especially relationships or helping a friend in need. Sometimes women have a tendency to forget their partner and they feel left out and hurt. Your partner should ALWAYS come first! A good relationship is about sitting down at least one hour a day and "touching base." Asking each other how their day went and if there are any problems then you work together on them. This is what makes a relationship strong. Your boyfriend should be your best friend and someone you can trust and, in turn, he should be rewarded with the same from you. You need to sit down and get to know yourself. You must make a decision if you want to even still be with this young man, and if not then you have to tell him. If you decide to stay and want to make things work, then back-off the girlfriends and start paying some much needed attention to him. Go to movies, dinner, have fun with another couple on a date. Perhaps take a mini holiday just the two of you. Communicate! Tell him how you feel and LISTEN to what he is saying. Men are sometimes not great communicators so it's up to you to simply ask how he's doing and what was his day like and really listen to what he is saying. Believe it or not you can be a couple and can feel like the most lonely individual in the world if you don't do one simple thing ... communicate your feelings. Sit down with your boyfriend and tell him that you've been thinking a lot about the relationship and that he's right and that you both need to work together on your relationship and you are willing too. Since you don't want to give up your girlfriends take a day out of the week or one day on the weekend to see your girlfriends. Tell your boyfriend how you feel about this. It's important that each person in the relationship has some "head space" away from each other no matter what your ages are. Good luck Marcy
Just leave her be if she just wants to be friends.
You might be able to get your ex-boyfriend to start talking to you again by being honest with him and apologizing for anything that you might have done to hurt him. This could work even if you are not necessarily looking for another relationship and just want to be friends.
Best friends who can share anything with
The best way to stay friends after a failed relationship is to forgive one another like any friend would.
Not sure why you would want your parents to text your friends. If you can think of a good reason, discuss it with them. If you can't convince them to physically hang with you and your friends at the mall, you probably will not convince them to develop a social habit of texting with your friends.
Yes, they can. They have a relationship that is based on interaction of one anothers lives. They dont have to share anything more then emotional pieces of one another.
there is such thing as to much open minded. if your willing to be in a relationship with another man you are bi. but if you've changed your mind now and don't want to be in a relationship with a guy then tell them that and they might believe you.
Do your best to have her make friends with a lesbian, or bisexual. Watch lesbian porn together.
They mean that they do not want the relationship to extend to anything more than friends. They do not want to get into girlfriend and boyfriend.
How does your relationship with service users differ from your relationship with friends?
just tell them you dont want to be friends no more
Not always, because if you ask someone out not knowing them and anything about them, how will the relationship bloom? You would not know eachother, and that happens by becoming friends. Friendship first is key to a successful relationship.
you dont even have to be friends with the person to be in a relationship with them :) hope this helps :)
Well if it goes to kissing other men or rubbing feeling or anything of that nature, then it would not be right. But if they are just friends, it's fine.
He probably means he wants to be good friends with you, just not with you in a relationship or to be 'friends with benefits' as such.
Actually it's better to make friends with the one you have break-up it increases your relationship with one another.
Absolutely not! Your parents being friends really shouldn't have anything to do with your relationship with this guy; if you really like him, do what you feel's right, regardless of your parents' relationship with each other :) Hope that helps
he became friends with them!!!!
You are either friends or in a committed relationship.
You tell them you're watching videos with your friends parents, and get a friend to act like a parent. Or just be a rebel, and don't tell them anything.
There are many differences between the relationship that you have with your family, friends, and boyfriend. With your family you have a deep, loving, permanent relationship. With your friends, you have a more fun, and compatible relationship. With your boyfriend you have a romantic relationship.
maybe he is really good friends with her and cares for her.
This means there is no sex in this relationship.Platonic friendship is strictly just friends and never involves anything like making out.
No,if your relationship meant dating.They are just friends,awkward friends.
Talk to them about what you are feeling because of this invasion into your privacy. Try to work something out. You need to tell your girlfriend that either she tells her friends to butt out of your relationship, or you will. Your relationship is between you and her, not you, her and her friends. If your girlfriend is not willing to tell her friends that they need to butt out, then that should speak volumes to you as to what you need to do. Do you really want to be in a relationship with someone who allows her friends to get in the middle of your relationship? But, to be fair to her, and look at the other possibilities, what is it about you or the relationship that makes her friends feel they need to get involved? Do you treat her in an abusive manner? Do you cheat on her? Do you try to monopolize her time and get jealous or upset if she spends time with her friends? If you answer these questions honestly, and can honestly answer "yes" to any of them, then you have to admit it's natural for friends to care how another friend is being treated, and change your treatment of your girlfriend.