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lilpeach
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Mario, my boyfriend, and Crystal, my bestfriend, hate each other. They don't talk to each other and if they do they only gripe about each other. They both come to me saying that I am treating the other one specail. There so jealous of each other.
I wish they would except each other and except that I love them both and realize what they are doing to me. I am afraid sometimes to hange out with either of them, knowing that the other one will be jealous and mad. What should I do?
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Lin
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We all simply adore our best friends and our boyfriends and we think they when they meet they just might hit it off but sometimes, things just don't work out. It could be a personality clash or your friend could really be seeing a different part of your bf and vice versa.

I think what you should do first is think if there is any truth in what your bf and best friend are saying about each other. Why don't they like each other? Is it something superficial or could one of them be seeing something you are not? Think about it objectively.

If you feel that there is really nothing wrong with either your friendship or relationship, sit them down individually and tell them that you have evaluated your friendship/relationship and you feel that there really is nothing wrong. And you understand that they might not hit it off but you would appreciate it if they left you to evaluate your own friendships/relationships.

The best thing you can do really would be to not talk about your bf in front of your best friend and vice versa. I used to keep my relationship fairly separate from my friendships because well, they simply do not overlap.

And I think that is the best thing you can do. Be firm when talking to your bf and best friend but be nice. And this situation is making you miserable and tell them if they truly loved you, they wouldn't want to make you upset would they?

Just talk to them hon. Good luck.


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What Lin said!
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SweetBeyond
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I would definately have to go with Lin. My boyfriend's best friend, Josh, and I absolutely hate each other. It was probably because Josh had a crush on me and my boyfriend won me over.. but I see a totally different side of Josh than my boy does.. I see him as an egotistical lying jerk who tries to impress my boyfriend. Josh sees me as a mind-washer who is trying to steal his best friend away from him. But, things can't be changed, so my boy doesn't bother anymore... Go with Lin's advice, it may work (not in my case though..)
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