But sometimes your friend gets into a relationship, and she and her guy make it their mission in life to set you up. Good for her that she’s found a guy who’d like to fund all of these trips, but not good for your friendship.
One of your friends has probably dated that super needy guy—the one who wanted to spend every possible moment with her, and was even offended when she didn’t invite him along somewhere—and you just got so sick of having him around, that you stopped seeing that friend altogether. And always asked if she could bring her guy around, or would even bring him along without asking if that was okay.
It seemed impossible to get her alone without him, so you gave them both up.
You’ve probably had several, if not all of your friendships, wax and wane as a result of romantic relationships.
Luckily, a good friendship is pretty resilient, but here are 14 ways romantic relationships (yours, or your friends’) have probably ruined the ties between you and some of your friends.
And every time you get around them, they want a full update on your love life, so they can prescribe you advice, tips and guidance, based on their “expert opinion.” And you leave feeling worse than when you arrived.
Some couples will only hang out with other couples.