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How do you feel when your partner chooses time with their friends over you?

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we don’t really do it

I know she won't choose friend over me, and we know how to weigh our priority.

I feel that friends are a necessity and I think that if she feels the need to hang out with friends that it will benefit our relationship.

I feel a little sad, and then I feel guilty about feeling sad.

I feel like we both should have a life aside from each other. So as long as we haven't made plans already I'm fine with it. 😊

I'm happy for it as long as it's within reason. I think it's important for us to have our own friends and identities outside of marriage

Before, it made me incredibly sad as we would have pre scheduled plans. however, i think the reason I would get upset would be due to the fact that I didn't really have any. If the situation arises now that she wants to hang out with friends over me it'd be much better.
Male, 31-35 years, Engaged | Oct 16, 2016

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My feelings get hurt but as long as it's not often. We both deserve a break and time to grow as individuals.

At his own risk.. There might be an alien attack anytime..

Male or Female, 26-30 years, Dating | Nov 06, 2015

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This only happens when the friend is female and they don't want to meet me because I am clearly the Devil.

I know if you could you would spend all your time with me so I actually like when you choose to spend time with your friends

I feel like it's okay for her to sometimes go and do stuff with her lady friends, they can relate to woman issues much better than I and I feel that she needs time with them as well as deserves it.

Territorial and contended. Territorial because I want to know she's safe with a pint of jealously. Contended because she'd be enjoying herself.

I mean I love spending time with him and would love to always, but I know he should also have his time with them too, so it's understandable

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