Close friendships and love are very interconnected. I can only explain it by saying that while young we don't often associate this fact until much later in life, so it sounds like you've discovered this earlier on in your life. You could also simply be use to spending most of your time with your female friend and now that you have a girlfriend you don't see your friend as often as you use to and you miss her. It is highly possible for a man to have a true friendship with a female and vice-versa. My husband has a couple of female friends and I have a couple of male friends. I have them over for dinner a few times a year. Your mate should be your best friend in a good, strong relationship. You should feel like you can go to them with any problem and they will keep the discussion between just the two of you. You should feel safe and happy with your mate. Since you don't know for sure exactly what your feelings are towards you friend, I would be honest with your girlfriend and just tell her you miss your friend and could either the 3 of you go out for an evening every so often or could she come over for dinner. This way you are being honest with your girlfriend and it will give you the time to adjust to your feelings and see the two women together. There are feelings to be considered here ... all 3 of you. If you find out that you truly love your friend, then you are just going to have be honest with your girlfriend, even if your friend doesn't feel the same towards you. Good luck Marcy
Don't be jealous, she is only his friend. After all: You can meet boys and be friends with them without being their girlfriend.
You get a boyfriend/girlfriend by being kind to the person you want as you boyfriend/girlfriend and becoming their friend. Then when you get the courage you ask them out.
No one knows the definitive answer to your question. You need to analyze the situation. He is being dishonest with his girlfriend, probably being unfaithful with his best friend's wife and his girlfriend should accept the reality of the situation and move on.No one knows the definitive answer to your question. You need to analyze the situation. He is being dishonest with his girlfriend, probably being unfaithful with his best friend's wife and his girlfriend should accept the reality of the situation and move on.No one knows the definitive answer to your question. You need to analyze the situation. He is being dishonest with his girlfriend, probably being unfaithful with his best friend's wife and his girlfriend should accept the reality of the situation and move on.No one knows the definitive answer to your question. You need to analyze the situation. He is being dishonest with his girlfriend, probably being unfaithful with his best friend's wife and his girlfriend should accept the reality of the situation and move on.
There isn't one. Being a "girlfriend" implies some level of intimacy. Being a friend means a platonic relationship (no intimacy). Commit yourself to one or the other.
By being yourself and asking her at the right time
how about not being a bastard/bytch and not doing that
Kindness, honesty, and being a good friend.
love her like another human being
If you feel that your girlfriend spending time with her brother is a problem to the point of you being jealous of that, then my friend the problem is not theres but yours, and if there is something really wrong, then just get another girlfriend, if theres something there that's funny then you have no business being in something bad. Good luck. SELAH!!!
Grow up, please. If you like your best friend, you don't love your girlfriend. You girlfriend cheating on you is not reason or justification for you to do it back. You didn't like being cheated on, did you? So why would you do it back? You obviously forgave her & tolerated it. If you can't, LEAVE YOUR GIRLFRIEND. Do not go out with your best friend if you're not single.
if she is truly your friend talk to her about it.. if you have already talked to her about it and she is supposedly "unintentionally" flirting but she keeps doing it.. its not unintentional anymore.. so talk to her about it and if you already have then stop being her friend..
No, Tom doesn't have a girlfriend.. Considering that he has spoken about girls and 'being' with them, he is single..
stop being there friend then fight them.
The only one that can break you and your girlfriend up is the two of you and if you love each other then communicate about what is happening re the actions of your girlfriend's friend trying to break you up. It is really up to your girlfriend to decide if her girlfriend's bad actions towards both of you are worth keeping her as a friend. There are generally only two reasons for a girlfriend to try to break up her friend and her boyfriend and that is #1 she is jealous you are taking time away from her being with her friend or, #2 she may be in love with you.
You should first work at being an honest friend rather than a selfish saboteur. If you truly Love the guy then don't create confusion in his life.
I dont think that being friendly with other students can become a problem... unless that someone was a boyfriend or girlfriend of your friend.. you may get in trouble... like your friend might get annoyed with you talking/flirting with his or her boyfriend or girlfriend.
apologize, to both them that always works 4 me =)
To be possessive is to want complete attention of somthing or someone. A guy who gets jelouse because his girlfriend is simply talking to another of her friend would be concidered possessive.
When you are lonely you try to get a friend if you dont already have one, because honestly you get a friend they will not let you down. They will be there for you.
It is okay for you to like her, but don't make any moves as this could end with your friend being mad at you, and his girlfriend being even more so!
hes probably just being a weird friend but there could be a chance he likes you go for it \
start being her friend and get to know her then ask her out
If he is with his girlfriend and she did not bring a friend for you, no. If he has a girlfriend but is trying to hookup with someone else, yes, however you should have priority if you're single.
Sounds like he isn't interested beyond being a friend. You have a choice. Keep your friendship or loose a friend and not gain a boyfriend.
To be honest, just give him some space along with his girlfriend, until things come down between the two. That's when come to realize that his girlfriend is crazy and you were being a true friend. That's just my opinion.