Do you have a friend that introduces you to someone and then gets jealous when you get close to that someone?
I've had this happen quite a few times, actually. A friend who has a 'secret crush' on me introduces me to someone that I think is fun, then they get mad!
Real friends don't get jealous,they're happy for their friends.
If you aren't happy for a friend's happiness,success or good fortune,you're really not a friend. Point Blank!
It's truly said by Rastamermaid that "real friends don't get jealous". One should always be with his friend. Always be appreciate your friend's work and enjoy with him in his joy, success and happiness.
by Faeriephenomenon 8 years ago
how do you deal with a jealous friend?
by Rajinder Soni 6 years ago
What do about a jealous friend of your child?Complaining every time about your child, this time she has done this, this time this. I am fed up of this. Can you give me some tips how to manage this small jealous friend of my very small kid?
by Michelle Liew 5 years ago
When you were small, how important were imaginary friends to you?
by LoriSoard 21 months ago
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by M. T. Dremer 6 years ago
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by Patricia Scott 5 years ago
If you knew that your best friend's significant other was cheating on him (her), would you tell?Do you think you should keep your mouth shut or would you give your friend a heads up? Do you think you should myob or is this a time to butt in?
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