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How do you maintain a good friendship when your friend gets married, and you're not?
Some of my best friends got married these past two years, and I hardly ever hear from them. I think they now prefer to do things with their couple friends. But I miss them!
I would continue to be civil yet not to close anymore cause their are strings attached now;
Have patience things will work out for the best !
Are you jealous of your friend? No, its not fair as the friends are always important and getting envied would make you more self centered with your friend and chances are there that you might lose your good friend.
It is hard because of schedule and interests but you need to make plans that fit everybody and meet her alone sometimes. it is hard to keep the balance when you have to take care of home, man and children...so griends need to be fnderstanding . we need really good quality time wih our friends. Schedule and prepare good and in case of trouble, be understanding. Remember that couple stability, avoid being too muh in the couple's space so jealousy and distrust don't find their way in your relationship. Personally, i like girls time with my friends.
by vanpelt5 years ago
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by jamesroy111437 years ago
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