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How do you know if your boyfriend has a bisexual relationship with his best friend?


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2011-09-13 05:02:34
2011-09-13 05:02:34

I have a boyfriend who is bi w/ his freind when i first found out i was very upset some signs were he never kissed me around his "freind" and he would jokingly flirt but he liked it when his freind touched him its sick but atleast he isn't with another girl right?

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Nothing. You respect yourself, your relationship, & your boyfriend.

Then, typically, you would break up with your boyfriend and pursue a relationship with the best friend.

If she is truly your best friend, then you will have to trust her to keep her feelings in check and respect your relationship with YOUR boyfriend. Encourage her to meet other guys and go out.

If you still have feelings for him you can't do much but talk with your best friend. If she is a good friend then she will not began a relationship with him.

You should not hide anything from your boyfriend. Foundation of a relationship is based on trust. You should tell him if you like his best friend .

you tell your boyfriend that you don't feel that you are meant to be together that you feel that you and him will still be friends but that the relationship was not what you wanted.

Its not a big deal just keep it to yourself and you don't have to tell your BFF , but tell her boyfriend to layoff hes in a relationship

Yes. Unless your girlfriend is bisexual, and her best friend is bisexual or gay.

You can either ruin your relationship with your best friend or, you know, don't date your BEST FRIEND'S BOYFRIEND!

I'm also assuming that your best friend is somebody that you've known for a very long time. He or she is entitled to his or her own opinion. You have your reasons for liking your boyfriend and they have theirs for hating him. If your friendship with your best friend is damaged by your relationship with your boyfriend, I'm sorry to say that you'd have to reconsider labeling that friend as your "best" friend. A best friend is somebody who will be there for you through thick and thin. A best friend will still be by your side even if the person on the other side is somebody they despise. You cannot force your friend to like your boyfriend. Hate to break it to you, but high school relationships are a joke. Unless you are going to go to the same college (bad idea), it's not really going to work out in the end. You can claim to "be in love" now, but you really have no idea what that even means. If you let your [high school] boyfriend get in the way of your relationship with your "best" friend, you really have to reconsider what it means to be a "best" friend. Your relationship with your boyfriend should in no way shape or form get in the way between you and your "best" friend.

Well it depends... If you are fine in your relationship right now then stay with your boyfriend. If you really love your best friend, try flirting with them and ask to hang out a lot more often.

You don't. If you feel as though you absolutely need to act on your feelings, be prepared to lose both your boyfriend & your best friend if the new relationship doesn't work out. You should respect the fact that you're in a relationship.

They both are bad. If your best friend cheats on you with your boyfriend, she is a NOT a loyal friend. And if your boyfriend cheats on you, DUMP HIM.

Your best friend who is bisexual has made a choice and it is not like being gay. As long as they do not come onto you or try to make you change to be what they are then this should not end your relationship. Sexual preferences are private as long as they do not harm anyone else so accept your friend for who they are and not what sexual preference they are.

Why would you want to change your relationship with him in the first place? If he is your best friend, you do NOT want to put that relationship in danger by just having him be a "friend with benefits" type of thing going on... What you could do is actually be boyfriend/girlfriend relationship which would still keep the friendship.

Boyfriend or best friend. But its usually used for best friend

The relationship with the boyfriend is likely to be more intense but the relationship with the best friend is likely to last longer and to be remembered with more fondness in the years to come. Important? Both are important but for different reasons.

if your best friend is a girl she may not be ready for a boyfriend if your friend is a boy then he isn't into boys.

bring your boyfriend to the bedroom. buy your best friend a gift.

'Ex' means the relationship is over and unfortunately, that means that you ex boyfriend and ex best friend can date whomever they want no matter how much it hurts you.

Nothing because he is your ex boyfriend.Being your ex says; he is not your boyfriend anymore. He is not cheating on you and so far only fancies your best friend so is not in any relationship with her. Your best friend will know why you broke up and will use her knowledge of this in deciding if she will take it any further with him. There is nothing you need to do.

then she should leave her boyfriend and do something about the love she has for her best friend..

Make him jeolous by dating his best friend Make him jeolous by dating his best friend

Sure! make sure you still have other best friends, but sure! My boyfriend is my best friend

Both are equally important. You have to make time for your friend while still maintaining a healthy relationship.

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