My best friend always flirts with my boyfriend, what should I say or do about her behavior?
To flirt with her boyfriend is a good idea. But telling her how you feel about it much better. You should also talk with your boyfriend. Actually he should not let your friend flirt with him.
Tricky question... If you accuse her of flirting with your boyfriend she will probably deny it and call you paranoid, jealous or something like that.
Tell (don't accuse) your boyfriend that you are under the impression that your friend enjoys flirting with him and listen to what he has to say about it. If he confirms that she is indeed flirting with him you can tell her that he told you she is flirting with him. She will get the message and will not be able to make you feel that you are the one being paranoid or jealous. In addition, you can tell her that if it's true (that she is flirting with him) that she is hurting your feelings and that it is not a way for a friend to behave.
If your boyfriend denies that she is flirting with him you may either be reading too much into her behavior or have reason to believe that your boyfriend likes her as well and would rather lie to you about his feelings than tell you the truth about how he feels.
I think flirt with her boyfriend would make things worse and doesnt help at all. It will even become excuses to your boyfriend or your best friend to flirt more.
Maybe you can just try not to let them meet. Dont bring your boyfriend if that place has your best friend and vice versa. Some people are just dont understand even you have already express how you feel about that.
Just tell her how you feel. Also, let your boyfriend know how you feel.
what you should do is right on point, in a situation as such there is nothing to say!
This is not good. I wonder if part of the issue is, that your boyfriend does not discourage her. If he doesn't, and you are afraid of losing him (which may not be the case) then you can't trust him. [read my article about Pure Love..]
If you're just annoyed at her, I would tell her in a firm yet gentle manner how inapproprieate it makes you feel or that it is. If she keeps it up, I would really let in to her and if that doesn't work I'd give up her friendship.
let her know it bothers you be firm with out accusing her if she realy is your best freind she will back off
You should express about your bad feelings to your best friend and if she is really your best friend, she would give up the flirting. If not, she would continue and for that you should act seriously to say your best friend 'mind her own business'.
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