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Find out what they are jealous about and ask them why. Their jealousy may be something that they have to get over. If there is no reason for them to be jealous about something reassure them that they don't need to be jealous. If they continue to be jealous anyway, let them know that you're not going to stand for that if they want to continue being your friend.
I'm not sure that would b ez. However, i'd set boundaries & stick 2 them.
And first I try to sort out the issue and ask him to inform me with the problem directly and than remove the misunderstanding if their is any and say sorry even I haven't done anything wrong other wise if he shows me attitude and insult me than I just don't care about him and leave him
find out why your friend is jealous. approach the topic tenderly. just let them you know you feel a distance between you two and were wondering if something in your life has her upset with you. and give her examples. if you have a boyfriend, you could say, i noticed when he and i started dating that you kind of became stand-offish towards me and ask, is it because i have a boyfriend? but don't point fingers and make accusations.
If they're jealous of you,then they're not your friend anyway.
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