lacexface answered Tuesday February 2 2010, 12:40 am: The one thing I'm sure you don't want to do is upset your wife and push her away. Other than you, the only other people girls have in their lives are their families and best friends. If you don't like her best friend, then you're going to have to deal. If they're all going out, don't go along with them, you DO have a choice. I've learned the hard way that you can't force someone to do something they don't want to. If this woman is your wife's BEST friend, you're not going to split them up just because you're her husband. When it comes to your wife's friend, don't argue, just drop it. Get over whatever it is about this woman you don't like because all it's going to do is upset your wife and make her argue with you. Not everyone thinks the same and has the same opinion; there's a reason she is your wife's best friend.
NinjaNeer answered Monday February 1 2010, 10:27 pm: Unfortunately, it's a case of "love me, love my friends".
I personally am not fond of a few of my fiance's friends. I do make an effort to be friendly and non-confrontational when we hang out to make him happy.
If you don't like the friend, you don't like her. Nothing's really going to change that. Just put on a polite face, grin and bear it for your wife's sake when you need to hang out with the both of them. [ NinjaNeer's advice column | Ask NinjaNeer A Question ]
karenR answered Monday February 1 2010, 12:00 pm: Let the women be friends & do things by themselves.
Don't make it a couple thing. You don't have to like all her friends, and she'll have to understand
that you just don't enjoy being a part of the friendship. [ karenR's advice column | Ask karenR A Question ]
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