My boyfriend doesnt like me talking to his friends
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I think only he will know the exact reason - have you tried asking him about it? You should talk to him. Maybe he's afraid u'll be left out when they talk "guy stuff" haha , or he's afraid one of his friends will hit on u lol I agree to some extent. But there needs to be a clear line between his friends vs his gf.
Relationships work when you're 2 different people with your own friends and your own life, not 2 people trying to live the same one. Sure, my friends can be friends with my bf but they better not be trying to be bffs because when mini cooper hits the fan my girls better be MY girls. Makes things less complicated imo. I understand your boyfriend a bit. I don't like to mingle my friends with my romantic interest.
But you guys have been dating for 2 years already and you already know his friends. I don't see no harm when it's comes to casual events or group gatherings.
Maybe he's afraid to show you his role in his group of friends or how his friends will act towards his role in your relationship? When I hang out with my boyfriend, I want it to be alone with him too. Enjoy each other's company by ourselves; whenever I'm with him I enjoy giving him my full attention, and I can't do that with a million other people around.
And when I spend time with friends, that's friend time. Everyone needs time with JUST friends. It's not that they can't co-mingle, because we all get along fine, and every once in a while is okay too.
But for the most part, keeping it separate is just what's most enjoyable. I get where your boyfriend is coming from. He has the choice to try to keep you from his friends for his reasons and all but that doesnt mean you have to.
If you want to hang out with him and your friends just drag him along. I mean I dont see how it cant go both ways if he is going to act like that. Also perhaps he knows something you dont That's freakin' weird on it's own LOL. I've gone out to a movie with my boyfriends brother, girlfriend, and their mutual friends and it was SO WEIRD and awkward, I hope to never do it again.
Only thing that kept me sane was the brothers girlfriend. Anyways, I'd be willing to bet that all of what HaplessChild said, all of this:. I have personally, and have known others, that made the unfortunate mistake of dating mutual friends and whatnot and it's always at least somewhat ugly in the event of a break up.
Now, with my current boyfriend, I'm not friends with any of his friends, acquaintances perhaps, but it keeps things much smoother in the event that we do break up. None of them have to worry about hurting anyones feelings by taking sides, or talking to the ex, or what have you. What everyone is suggesting makes absolute sense to me and I do agree with most of the comments.. However, I just don't understand when we can ever hang out with more than just us two if he doesn't want us hanging with any group as a couple..
Dates are nice but summer is over and once school starts I want us to just hang out together with other people and just have study sessions together and I don't see how this is going to be possible? I know everything about him and I already know he's trying to quit smoking because of me and so it's not like he's trying to hide anything from me.. Oh and to peppermintsugar, I think there is absolutely nothing wrong with hanging out with some of his friends without my bf if we're good enough friends.
Initially he needs to be there to bridge the awkward gap when we're in the 'befriending stage' but if we get along and become friends then there's no reason that I can just hang out with a few of them once in a while. I guess to each their own, but it's still pretty weird to me.
You can't even get the guy to let you meet his friends so jumping to hanging out with them one on one is pretty far down the line, and if he doesn't even want you guys hanging out WITH him there, then I really doubt he's gonna be down with you guys hanging out WITHOUT him there.
Every once in a while some "light" for lack of a better word? It's not like you have to treat these guys are diseased and avoid them like the plague. I'm not best buds with my boyfriend's friends, and I would never hang out with them without my boyfriend there, but I did go out to eat with all of them when I visit my boyfriend at school. That kind of stuff is okay to me. As for having you not even meeting them. You know how they say there are some guys or girls that are the type you just can't take home to mother?
Well similarly with friends, there are just some friends who aren't the type you can take "home" to your girlfriend. I know about this first hand. I kind of wonder your motives behind wanting to hang out with them so badly. I don't mean that in a way to accuse you either, I mean that you probably know by now that it's not something you should take personally, so what's the big deal? I remember when my ex and I started dating our circles of friends pretty much merged.
Long story short, we broke up and friends had to pick sides. It made things awkward and pretty miserable. Also, I'm the type of person who is really private. I like having stuff separate from the relationship and only have a handful of really close friends. I don't understand why you'd hang out with his friends when your boyfriend isn't there if you never met them prior to meeting him.
But anyways, just talk to him and if he doesn't want you to hang out with his friends then respect his wishes. There's really nothing else you can do. Some of my boyfriend's friends are already my friends, so I guess that's taken care of.
This is kind of what I was talking about before, like it's included in the "friends you just don't introduce to your girlfriend. But for example, the ones who ask "So is your girlfriend hot? He doesn't want me to meet his jerk friends I have no desire to meet them either. And the thing with guys, is that a lot of guys don't care if their guy friends are jerks unless it directly affects them. But he doesn't want me to meet a bunch of jerks, so he doesn't introduce me.
A lot of my boyfriend's high school friends he played baseball with them, really the only reason he was friends with them were complete womanizers, very immature, rude, etc.
He didn't want me to meet them, and I had the same opinion. So yeah. Guess I'm kind of just repeating what I said before. I understand why the OP's bf might feel that way. By graceyco Started April By kimlees Started April 22, By Stephanie Lim Started July 9, By angelangie Started January 25, By cybertron Started July 25, All Activity Home soompi community soompi hangout My boyfriend thinks that his gf and friends shouldn't mix?!
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My boyfriend talks to his “friend” every day
I will say it can be an ugly quality of mine, as people tend to associate this kind of behavior with gossips and bullies. At the same time, it's also one of my best qualities. So many of our initial thoughts can be raw, ugly, and hurtful. Given my reputation and passion for speaking my mind, I've become that "safe space" for friends.
I have been with my boyfriend for about 18 months now. The first three months of our relationship were some of the best times of my life. I truly believed I had found my soulmate. He says I'm the first girl he's said "I love you" to his friends told me the same thing.
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Being dependent on you to be happy or entertained. That is the calling card of a needy, insecure and possibly crazy piece of baggage. I needed this tip back in college. Anytime I went out to do anything, she guilted me into bringing her. If I ever went anywhere without her, she sulked and got pissed. That relationship went on about 6 months longer than it should have. In the beginning stages — when they complain about their ex.
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I faked as much excitement as I could. Maria and I had been friends for 17 years, since we met at secondary school aged We were always in touch, meeting up at least once a fortnight, and calling each other most days to catch up, rant and laugh about our lives. When she met her boyfriend Mo last year, I was genuinely thrilled for her. My first impressions of Mo were great.
When my oldest cousin Laura brought her then boyfriend now husband to Christmas Eve dinner for the first time, we sat him down, gathered around the table and each wrote our "yes" or "no" vote down on paper to determine whether or not he was worthy of dating her. We put them all into a hat and read out the answers one by one — to his face. This has since become a Christmas tradition in our family, and as such, has deterred me from ever jumping the gun on introducing a significant other to my family unless I'm absolutely sure he's worth it.
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I used to think that was romantic. Why do some guys act like this? They may have been betrayed by a former girlfriend and fear being hurt again. They may have grown up observing relationships where the man held the upper hand by controlling the woman.
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