No! Your friends or future friends will always be part of your life, and no man/woman should ever come between these relationships. If a person has nothing to hide they would not have a problem going out with your friends. On the other hand, if you constantly want your friends hanging around, then I can see his point (a little goes a long way) or perhaps, you're friends are not the type of people he chooses to hang around with. You'd better both start communicating and it's best you ask him straight out why he doesn't like going out with your friends and get to the bottom of this problem. If he has no specific reasons, then I'd ditch him and keep your friends. Good luck Marcy
It depends why your friend said they did not like her friends any longer. Example: If the friends played a nasty trick on her or were gossiping about her and hurt her and she said negative things about them and later regretted it then she should be forgiven. If she was just nasty and did tell her friends she no longer cared for them as friends then she is immature and needs to face reality. If she wants to be friends again with them then she should face what she has done and go to each one personally and apologize to them and hopefully they will forgive her.
You should not care what your friends think if you like him. Pulse if they are really friends then they will want you to bee happy and if being with him makes you happy then they should be happy for you. the easiest thing to do would be to forget about this boy and not tell your friends. why do you like him? there must be something about him that isn't ugly or you wouldn't like him, right? maybe it's something that your friends could see as well. you haven't said why you don't want your friends to know, would they react unkindly or are you just a little embarrassed?
Not really insecure but feel offended as that is rather rude. You should bring this up to him and make him realize what he said and that it was rather rude. No boyfriend should be telling you such a thing and I would even say that it warrants a break up because that is honestly rude. I would never ever see a reason where that would be warranted.
It depends on why she said no, give her another chance and see what she says. If she says no again, without an explanation, perhaps you should move on.New Answer HeadlineYou should get to know her, as friends, and maybe it will lead on from there if she was truly into you. If she wasn't then, you two will stay friends and she won't flirt with you.