What do you do when your bf/gf is bestfriends with your worst enemy who is the opposite sex?
You and the enemy used to be friends, but you realized some things about them were shady and wasn't in yours or your partners' best interest. They did things out of spite because they felt that your partner would leave you before they let you come between them. Pure Hatred.
I would probably just let my bf know that I do not want to spend time with my enemy. I wouldn't make him give up his friend, just let him know that on some occasions he can either hang out with me or my enemy but not both.
I'd have to agree with Betty, but would like to add that perhaps it would be good to sit down with your significant other and explain to him/her exactly why you don't want to spend time with their friend. Being as honest as possible can help straighten out confusion as to why you've had this change of heart and can only strengthen a healthy relationship. If your honesty puts strain on the relationship, then it might be a good time to evaluate and make sure it is the kind of relationship you want and think you have.
If I was dating a man who was truly 'best friends' with a women that I felt was my worst enemy, someone who had hurt me while I was dating him, I would ask him to end the relationship (and all contact) with her, and if he wouldn't agree to this, I would end my relationship with him. It can be weird enough having a boyfriend who's best mate is a women let alone one who despises you.
This is a situation that a friend of mine was in. Eventually they broke up because the friend influenced him heavily and sided with him on every issue he told her about their relationship. They surely had that talk about why she didn't like her. The girl also appologized for all the bad stuff she had done and was forgiven, but then turned back around and started doing the same things again. Like calling her leaving voicemails and writing msgs saying how she basically runined their relationship. But they got back together and he appologized for letting it happen and told her that he saw what she meant. They are no longer friends I don't think. or they rarely talk.
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