Question Posted Thursday December 28 2006, 10:30 am
Ok im going out w/ his guy. We've been on and off for about 2 years now. Hes a junior and im a freshman. We both go to differnt schools and we hardly see each other. But i went to a football game w/ him and my friend came to hang out w/ me. And now she calls my man every day. And i keep telling her hes mine. And she doesnt lisen but me and my man barly talk anymore on the phone..
-you're mate like hims
-she probarbly to break you up
- and your upset about this
-warn him that she'll proparbly make a move on him
then go to your friend tell her
-leave you guys alone
- accept it
- you guys are really good friends dont mess it up
- you feel shes taking him away from you
- ask her why she wont listen.
She isnt a good friend if she wont listen.And is it worth being with someone who dont call you, ormake the effort to see you.You're mate wouldnt be calling unless he answered.Just think
why would he answer to her and not you?
It's time to break up...but remember you'd be breaking up because its not working , not because of your friend (otherwise she's one)Just tell them that they can have eachother and you've moved on [ mariahwannabe's advice column | Ask mariahwannabe A Question ]
cheche1187 answered Thursday December 28 2006, 6:15 pm: confront your friend
tell her how he's yours and you feel like you dont talk as much
just be honest
also, talk to your bf
im sure he still likes you and not your friend
if you tell him how you truely feel, he'll come forward with his feelings about the situation [ cheche1187's advice column | Ask cheche1187 A Question ]
MrDaveD answered Thursday December 28 2006, 5:48 pm: he is not exactly your boyfriend then is he? and your friend is not you friend, i know this might be hard to except but to make a relationship work yins have to be able to see eachother like once a week and talk every day, just break up with him and find some1 else you could possibly love him and vise versa, after yins break up he will do the same thing to her.. hope i helped thanks [ MrDaveD's advice column | Ask MrDaveD A Question ]
Flaggal answered Thursday December 28 2006, 5:02 pm: i think she is not your friend and your boyfriend isn't really loyal if he keeps on ignoring you. something is going on and i really REALLY think you should tell your boyfriend to tell if there's something going on between the 2 of them.
if he says yes, you dont need a man like that and you DEFINITLY dont need a friend like that.
aSk_SelMa_Ox answered Thursday December 28 2006, 4:47 pm: She isn't a true friend if she does that to you.
You should call your boyfriend & ask him if he likes your friend. If he says yea then you should find someone new. They arn't worth your love then.
But if he says no they're just friends, then talk to your friend & tell her how you feel. If she still doesn't care then tell her you won't be friends with her anymore. That's really low for her to do that.
the_sweeter_heart answered Thursday December 28 2006, 1:19 pm: What a bitchy friend!
What kind of friend would do something like that? This question you have to ask her, because what she's doing is totally wrong. Tell her, "I'M going out with him, NOT you, so stop it." If she keeps on calling him and all that, tell her, "I can't believe you care less about our friendship than you do about MY guy. I don't think we should be friends anymore. I never knew you were so disloyal." Point out to your 'friend' that what she is doing is wrong, and that it could lead you two into never speaking to each other again. Make her realize that she needs to STOP and go to another guy.
iloveaar answered Thursday December 28 2006, 11:00 am: does a guy really worth it to ruin a friendship ?? maybe hes interested in her also :S talk to both of them if he really loves you he would do anythng for you for example stop talking to her =) let me know what happened:P
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