When is it ok to choice your partner over a friendship?
I HAVE BEEN WITH THE FATHER OF MY TWO CHILDREN. AND ALTHOUGH WE HAD A ROUGH START HIS FREINDS STILL DONT APPROVE OF ME AND REFURE TO BE AS THE GIRL HE IMPREGNANTED.....
Whether if you are good for him or him for you, is no one else's business. Why would you even care what his friends think. Do you plan on extending your relationship and being intimate with his friends? So with that being said what they have to say is irrelevant, in your mind they shouldn't even exist to YOU even though they do. There is no choosing between friends and your partner when you are in a relationship. There should be respect, as well as balance. People should be able to balance and separate their relationships.
How does he respond to the things that his friends say? You are his woman and the mother of his children, so he not only must respect you, but demand respect from his friends as well. Though we all hope that our partners friends and families give their seal of approval of the relationship, sometimes the reality is that people just don't like you. Share with your boyfriend that his friends words are offensive and make you uncomfortable and see what his reaction is. Make sure he takes you seriously and deflect anything that would turn it into an argument. State your feelings and communicate effectively.
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