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

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Probably 90% of the reason we separated. There was always something or some one who took precedence over me. To the point where I would rather be alone, than be disappointed.

I think it's important that we have multiple relationships in our lives and I'm happy for her and proud of her when she goes out with friends.

He doesn't do that

It depends sometimes I feel like my free time is at a premium because of my job and I feel sad when she chooses friends over me. Especially her guy friends. Then other times I'm glad she can go hang out with someone and have a little time without the kids or I demanding her attention.

I understand and give her what she needs, I don't need to hove over her every move

I get jealous easy af hahahaha but I understand that she deserves her own time and friends to be with

Define friends.

i dont mind. she could probably use a break from me sometimes.

I feel good about it, she still needs to figure out what she wants to do. Good friends can guide & help her. They are also fun :)

I respect whatever my partner rather do be it friends or me or business it's his call and I'm sure he will make the right one
I think time with friends is important. But I love that we're friends and lovers, too.
Male or Female, 21-25 years, Dating | Feb 23, 2015

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I think time with friends is just as important as time with each other so I'm fine with it as long as he does still make time for me too.

Emmm I'm part of the friends too.

I believe friends outside of each other is an important and healthy part of our relationship so, I encourage his time with friends.

I don't mind. As long as he has a balance between us both idc ❤️
I don't mind if they don't take all of our time together. As long as it doesn't cut or erase our time then I'm okay with it.
Male, 21-25 years, Dating | Dec 18, 2014

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Well he claims he doesn't have friends so I don't have to worry about that. He always wants to spend time with me.

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