nicolejb
3 years ago10,000+ Views
Sometimes when we are focused on the relationships, we miss out on the friendships we have and how to support and be a better friend. It's not that we totally ditch our friends to hang out with our S.O. But just like every relationship, you can become totally into that person you spend a little less time then you usually did with your friends. I'm guilty for this too!
Q: So I'm in a really incredible relationship with my boyfriend, it's been a whole year now! But my best friend in the whole world is not so great at finding an S.O. She goes on dates and meets people, but picks the most toxic people to spend time with. I tried to set her up with some really great people, but she never likes them or finds them attractive! Then she goes around and dates someone that treats her really crumby. I've done my best to support her. I'm always there to help pick up the pieces when things go south! And I'm trying to get her to date other (better) people!! What else can I do to help my friend?
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1. if shes your bestfriend you should tell her that you want whats best for her. 2. tell her that guys that treat her like crap are jerks 3. set her up again, it will be annoying at first but she needs to know that there are great guys.
Give her your own advice of relationship and how to find someone she will like and then maybe she might have some luck!
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tell your friend to look at their personal instead of looks "never fonds them attractive " let's me know she looks at looks instead of person and I have that issue at the moment there's no guy for me right now bit my guy friend has a girlfriend and our texts are ether about them (I wanted to know cause I helped them ) or other things that don't last long tell your friend not to feel bad or lonely work on herself and love herself and the right guy will come along
Instead of trying to set her up, try to convince her that maybe she should focus on herself. You should never look too hard for a relationship, it'll come to you. I convinced my best friend to do that and she ended up finding the man of her dreams after figuring out what was best for her
Hmm. It kind of sounds like this person is really judging their friend hardcore for their choices. What makes them so sure their friend is even ready to be in a relationship?? Or that their definition of "toxic" and "really great" is the same as their friends'? I think it sounds like this person just needs to kind of step back and let their friend live their own life and make their own mistakes. It's hard, but at a certain point you just have to realize it's not your life to live or your choice to make.
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