My friends don't want to know me now I have a boyfriend – I'm so upset | The Sun
DEAR DEIDRE: NOW I’ve got a boyfriend, my friends don’t want to know me.
Two of us are 34 and our other friend is 35.
We met through our kids, who all go to the same primary school.
I’m a divorcee so was glad to find mates when I moved to our new town.
I loved that they were so sociable and we’d all go out every Friday night.
They’re both single and we all love music so go to lots of gigs.
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I met somebody on one of our nights out and now things feel so different.
My friends always have something negative to say about my boyfriend.
He’s 40 and I think he’s lovely.
They’re now planning our annual festival trip but one of the girls said to me: “I assume you’re not coming . . . unless you are coming with him?”
I don’t understand how I’ve upset them.
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DEIDRE SAYS: You finding a boyfriend has upset the life you all had together, but that happens.
You have every right to have a boyfriend.
Arrange to see your mates and tell them you don’t want your new relationship to affect your friendship.
Explain that you still value their friendship and want to see them, as you always have.
My support pack Standing Up For Yourself will help you to handle this assertively.
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