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Me and my current gf have been dating for about some time now. Of the months we’ve been together, there’s just one thing that bothers the hell out of me and it’s her friends. Her group of “friends” are clearly toxic for her but she doesn’t seem to see it no matter how much I try to warn her. They manipulate her, use her for her material things and money, and they say demeaning insults to her when they there are problems within the circle. One insult that hurt me the most was what they said to me that I’m have malicious intentions with my gf just because we met through a foreign dating event. They seem to have this mentality that I’m after physical things and that she’s after material possessions and money. That’s just one of the many crazy ideas they have no trouble saying to our faces. I can clearly see how affected my gf is about all of this and I honestly don’t know how to make things better for her from here. Any advice?
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If your girl only pays heed to what her friends have to say and has no sense of her own to understand how you make her feel and decide things impartially, then boy, you will have massive issues with her later. Don't get blinded in love that you forget your own value and stick around with someone who cannot make decisions and gets easily swayed. DO you think in future she will be able to be fair to you given the fact that her friends have an influence on her? Life is too short to look for people's validity. Meet someone who values you for who you are to her and who is practical and stable with decisions about you.
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if you really love her then it might really irk you when your girlfriend listens to anything and everything her friends say. You may have to sit with your girlfriend and clearly talk to her about how her friends degrading you two is affecting you. Tell her that friends don't disrespect each other this way. If she still can't get this into her head then you can bring her along with your friends where she is treated with respect maybe then she'll know her worth and know how friends should treat each other and not manipulate.

If she still sticks to her friends then you can't do anything about it, you can either stay with her or giver her an ultimatum about it because you don't have other option.
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