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    My best friend (who i have previously had relations with but didn't go anywhere) is currently seeing one of my friends. I was ok with it at the start, but now it's really starting to get to me, especially as the other night where i stayed at his as we were at the pub and then he had to lie to her about it as if i were some sort of secret.

    I know i should be happy for them but she's making it difficult now, complaining and such.

    It also feels like i've been shunted now and don't really fit into his life as much anymore either.
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    Just deal with it and man up? Or try and break away for a bit?

    Just to let you know.. it's been on off on off with this bloke for 2 years until about January, used to see him pretty much all the time.


    ARGHHHH - ok rant over.
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    (Original post by Clarence)
    My best friend (who i have previously had relations with but didn't go anywhere) is currently seeing one of my friends. I was ok with it at the start, but now it's really starting to get to me, especially as the other night where i stayed at his as we were at the pub and then he had to lie to her about it as if i were some sort of secret.

    I know i should be happy for them but she's making it difficult now, complaining and such.

    It also feels like i've been shunted now and don't really fit into his life as much anymore either.
    :getmecoat:

    Just deal with it and man up? Or try and break away for a bit?

    Just to let you know.. it's been on off on off with this bloke for 2 years until about January, used to see him pretty much all the time.


    ARGHHHH - ok rant over.
    Well if you really like him...talk to him?
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    He just thinks i'm being jealous, i probabaly am but it's difficult because i'm supposed to be supportive. blargh.
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    It's normal especially as you were getting dirty/kinky with this guy for 2 years. You're not being ridiculous Clarence.
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    We all know how we "should" be supportive and happy and all. But it's hard. If you see that your feelings are going to get in the way of your relationship with him, you might as well be honest and let him know, because they might do harm anyways, right?

    Hope you feel better soon- and dont worry- it passes...
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    Cheers.

    Yeah i think i'ts mainly due to the fact that this guy i really liked and had a couple of dates with has just pished off back to edinburgh.
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    (Original post by Clarence)
    Cheers.

    Yeah i think i'ts mainly due to the fact that this guy i really liked and had a couple of dates with has just pished off back to edinburgh.
    Ouch..thats why

    You'll be over this soon :p:
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    I can understand if you were previously close, your being completely pushed out of his life, can you talk to her and explain the situation, as in your just friends and theres no need for her to worry?
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    I have and she says she understands but you know what girls get like over blokes.
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    (Original post by Clarence)
    He just thinks i'm being jealous, i probabaly am but it's difficult because i'm supposed to be supportive. blargh.
    Maybe tell him you've felt like this since he was single, so it can't be jealousy?
 
 
 
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