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Why do friends disappear when they get in a relationship?
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Posted 4/2/13
I've no problem with my friend disappearing for their partner. For one particular friend I actually enjoy watching his current relationship fall apart, he never wises up to his own lack of intelligence, inability for self-control, oblivious that his partner is uninterested in him yet endures as to not offend him and bring about a caveman's rage. A fool's love is remarkable and unmitigated in devotion. It's like a Greek tragedy.
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Posted 4/2/13
Time.



Not enough time in the world.


You never have to completely end an relationship. You just won't be as close.

I read somewhere that a human can only have so many true friends/relationships.

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19 / F / Texas
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Posted 4/3/13
When I was in a relationship I hated that I had no time for my friends.

There is not enough time like KiddoRed stated.
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24 / M / NJ
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Posted 4/3/13
I think a big part of it is whether their significant other likes you or not. I had a friend who got a girlfriend who I hated and she hated me so I barely saw him, but his new girlfriend and I get along so I see him a lot more. Not as much as when he's single, but hey, gotta have alone time
Posted 4/3/13
They don't always.

It depends on the individual, you need to make time for relationships, family & friends too of course, i know it's difficult somtimes because thre's not all that much time in the day, but that doesn't mean you can't spend time with everyone at various points.
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Posted 4/3/13 , edited 4/3/13
People come and go. You lose friends, you make new ones.

If friends suddenly ditch you for their girlfriend or boyfriend it simply means that you weren't a valued friend. You were a temporary crutch to them before they got laid.

Nothing lasts forever in life.
Posted 4/3/13
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Posted 4/3/13
My close friend (been friends for about 12 years, so we're pretty dam close) is dating this girl for about a year now. They're both in a long distance relationship, they're not that far apart though, Toronto and Ottawa. But the thing is, whenever we chill out with other close friends, I feel as if he isn't actually there. I would always see him texting on his phone :/ His girlfriend is really nice, really "clean" and I'm pretty good friends with her. But he can't chill with us for a few hours? Cmon, man. He heads to Toronto every other weekend and I really respect that. We're getting older and we don't have as much free time as we used to in the past. I might be sounding like a little btch right now, but we're literally brothers.
Posted 4/3/13
In my case, it's always been annoying hanging out with more than one person at a time.. Lol.. So if I ever get a bf, depending on how much I like him, I'm gonna have to choose between him and my best friend. I doubt he'll win though.. LMAO!
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