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Question What would you do - March 1st 2009, 05:45 AM

if your best friend has a crazy girlfriend that lies about you and pretends to be your friend one day, won't talk to or look at you the next day, then is your friend again the day after that every week? What do you do when your best friend believes everything she says and thinks your the liar? You want to tell your best friend how you feel, but he'll never listen and you know it. You decide not to talk to his girlfriend again and block her. But your best friend disrespects your wishes and forces you to talk to her on the phone. Your best friend is like your sibling. The sibling you never had. And you don't know what you would do without him. Would you try to figure how to live without him anyway?

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Re: What would you do - March 1st 2009, 06:53 AM

I'd just tell him straight up what his girlfriend is doing. Even if he doesnt believe me, at least I tried.
I hope it all gets resolved soon, hon.

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Re: What would you do - March 1st 2009, 12:20 PM

I agree with Sam. I would tell your best friend everything about his girlfriend and what she is doing to you. I know to him; it MAY sound like you're being the jealous best friend but if he chooses to believe HER over you, then your friendship obviously means nothing to him. He should at least listen to you and give you the time of day if he truly values your friendship.
Sometimes "love" can be blinding, and he's not seeing her for what she really is.
Perhaps you have some old chat logs on MSN or something that you could paste to your best friend so you have evidence to back up your claims about his GF?

But even if you don't - you don't need to really justify your claims to anyone as you know yourself what she's doing and as much as it frustrates you that he doesn't believe you - there's nothing you can really do if he chooses to believe her - more FOOL him i'd say.

Good luck :]

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