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ex-boyfriend and best friend problem
May 15, 2001
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ajm
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My boyfriend and I broke up a few times in our 4 year relationship, but this time it is serious. It has lasted for over a month so far and I do not know if I should try again with him or leave him for good. My problem, besides not knowing what to do about him, is my best friend. she is really involved and we had a huge falling out about it. We talked last night, but I don't even think she wants to have the same friendship we have had since we were kids anymore because I can't make up my mind about what to do and it frustrates her to see me unhappy. I don't know what to do about either situation. Any suggestions would be appreciated

May 15, 2001
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Love comes & goes, but friendshipis unconditional. JUst leave the boyfriend alone. If he still wants to be there, He'll come around. If not who needs him any way? As for your friend, do your best to patch things up. She is a friend. Remember freinds first, love later.

May 15, 2001
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Maybe you could list the things that are good about the relationship, and the things that are bad. Then compare lists. List also the good and bad characteristics about his personality. See if they jive with what you need.

As for your friend, perhaps you could start redefining your friendship in terms of adulthood, but never forgetting your childhood friendship.

May 15, 2001
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Thanks for the advice. I want to keep my friendship. I never would throw it away because I am unsure about my relationship. But I'm worried that my friend wants nothing to do with it. How in the world can I keep two very important people and aspects in my life separate from one another? She doesn't want to hear another word about it. So, while I am deciding what to do with him, if I talk to him or see him sometimes, I guess I shouldn't tell her about it, which leaves me thinking I am being dishonest to her. I am very confused.

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