You have to admit that you life would basically fall apart without your "mom" friend.
I don't want to lose an opportunity with a guy that I'm really into, but I don't want to mess things up either! What should I do?
A week or so ago, my friend's boyfriend of three and a half years broke up with her citing that he "wanted to experience college and allow her to do the same." Every day last week consisted of her crying.
There's always been a mutual sense of harmless flirting to our friendship, however, as we are both single. About a week ago, we were texting each other and the typical flirting began. But then the tone changed and we were suddenly sexting!
At first my girlfriends were pretty convinced that he liked me, but after our movie date (if it even was a date), they aren't sure. When we parted ways, we both said we had a great time and that we hoped to see each other soon, but I didn't get a text afterwards. Is it worth pining after this boy, or should I take my "three day rule" girlfriend's advice and just get over it?
I've had a friend since 6th grade who drives everybody crazy. She's very judgmental and annoying to be around, and she doesn't ever think the problem is her. She was one of my closest friends, but everyone else in our group has dropped her.
So I know you are an expert on love, but this is a friendship-kind-of-love dilemma. So a little background. Last year I had a very crazy, very mean roommate who harassed me and abused me until I told her I was moving out, at which point she publicly threatened to kill me.
My best friend just moved in with her boyfriend and I feel left out. We always used to hang out together. Now she mostly hangs out with him. We all go to the same school so I try to still have lunch with her and everything but it isn't the same.
So, I hooked up with my best friend's little brother...
I have been friends with a guy for a while now, and we've always gotten along fine and hang out often with a bunch of other friends.
I hate my boyfriend's best friend / roommate. I think he's really weird. He seems like he's always trying to get my boyfriend's attention over me.
I have a friend (let's call her D) who is always asking me when I'm going to break up with my boyfriend. My boyfriend and I got together senior year of high school, and now it's junior year of college. He's really great, and we love each other. He's not going anywhere. What should I do?
My boyfriend of three years just had a falling out with one of his closest friends. I don't want to go into it here, but it was over something really stupid, neither of them will apologize and now they're not speaking. I want to help him mend it, but it seems like it's just making us fight.