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Lightbulb I think is time to just let it be. - July 23rd 2012, 06:42 PM

I wouldnít say that we have fallen out as such we still friends I will also always be there when she needs me. I just donít like being used but I am glad she is happy. I think Iím just fed up.

I went out with her a few weeks ago and all she did was talk about her relationship, it was in a way I wasnít sure if she was rubbing my face in it or just generally happy. (She had been funny with me since I saw her boyfriend at the local shopping centre. Whilst he told her that he was at home. I guess she believed him over me) I donít think I could ever forgive her for something like that not that she has been trying to talking to me.

I donít know if I even want to be her friend anymore. She hasnít in recent months. When we went out a few weeks ago, she texted me asking to go out with her so I did and I guess she hasnít tried to talk to me since like she used me to go out.

I guess friends move about and I was bothered by it but now not so much. I just know how I donít want to turn out when I get a boyfriend.
I guess Iím glad she is happy.

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Re: I think is time to just let it be. - July 24th 2012, 08:12 PM

Hi there,

It definitely sounds like your friend is smitten by her boyfriend. Unfortunately, nothing much could get her out of that besides time. As the months go by, she will not feel like she's in such a "honeymoon" phase. I don't really think she's rubbing it in, rather I think she's just really happy about having a boyfriend.

Have you told her that it bothers you? There just might be a miscommunication.

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Re: I think is time to just let it be. - July 24th 2012, 09:38 PM

Hey there,

It does sound like she is just really happy with her current boyfriend but I don't think she means to shove him in your face like it seems she is doing right now. I don't really think it's right that she believes him over you but as Kat said above, this is the phase of the relationship where she is more prone to doing so. Maybe sitting down and talking things out with her would be best before you just decide to throw the towel in the friendship. Chances are she doesn't realize she is shoving you aside for him and things could easily turn around and change if you sat down and talked this out with her. If you do talk things through and she still seems to show no interest in hanging out with you anymore, then maybe you need to start thinking about what is best for you and the currently friendship you have with her. It's not a good thing to stay hanging on to a friendship that is only one sided. But before you make any decisions, I would try talking to her first. See what happens. Know that we're here for you if you need us and you can always PM or VM me whenever you like.


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