My friend is dateing this guys who bullies me. But when I tell her that she won't beleive me. Help!!
When we hang out with him sometimes he acts all nice and inocent. but when i pass him in the halls he is mean to me again. What should I do????
Stupidity always control truth and your friend is acting blindly in trying to see the best in her man. Only, after the hurt will the truth be seen by her.
Perhaps he wants to be with his girl friend without you, so his behavior is designed to make you go with someone else. Also, it's up to you to deal with him, not your friend. Or how about, you are seeing him in a bad light because you believe that he is coming between you and your friend so you are blowing things out of proportion. I suppose we could go on forever twisting this plot, but there are so many different tales that can be worked within what you are telling us.
he is a bully to many people and when we play instruments he says that i m no good and all sorts of things like that.
Record it on camera. Then she'll believe you maybe. U2 once said, "Love is blindness."
This is a sticky situation. It seems like to me your friend doesn't want to believe you because she would rather be with this guy than keep your friendship solid. I have a lot more to say about this.
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If only our friends all could date nice guys! If he's bullying you it's best to take it up with him as it happens. Say something when he picks on you or puts you down. You've already mentioned it to your friend, so you don't really need to say more to her. You don't need to prove it to her - love is sometimes blind and she might see it as you over-reacting. She's got bad taste in men right now, but she's still your friend, I wouldn't go to battle with her about it. The good news is - in time he'll catch himself out - you can't go on bullying someone and get away with it forever, one way or the other the truth about him will come out on it's own.
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