Your friends may seem nice and trustworthy, but are your friends ruining your relationship?
It may be your best friends who’re unknowingly messing your relationships up for you without your notice. We exchanged glances with each other all night, but she had to leave before I could make my move. Apparently, she was a shy girl who never hung out with boys and was only interested in a serious relationship. I felt like kicking myself in the head for being such a jerk and blowing her off after she worked her courage up to write me a letter. But what I realized at the same time is how easily friends can manipulate you into walking away from perfect relationships. It may be jealousy, malice or a veiled attempt to be better than you, but sometimes even the best of friends can turn out to be real backstabbers, at least when it comes to love. If you find yourself breaking up from seemingly perfect relationships all the time, perhaps, you need to ask yourself if your friends played a bigger part than you first imagined. Here are 13 circumstances when your best friends could turn out to be your worst relationship nightmare.

If your friends constantly whine about how much time you spend with your new squeeze, they’re just bored and annoyed that you’ve got something better to do. The world of finance is a crazy one, and some people, more than others, will take whatever advice they can get when it really starts to take its toll.
For example, one attractive London lady sought advice over how she should overcome her 'good looks' in the workplace. Back story is that I started dating my best friend of about five years this past September.
It's by far the best relationship I've been in and he treats me so well I could see myself spending the rest of my life with him (I'm 23. We called it off last night and I'm just looking for some help on how I should be feeling about this situation and what to do after the CFA is over in June.
On CFA-is-ruining-my-life's side, we have friends in the same situation at the moment, and they are counting down the days until that day in June when their relationships will finally return to normal. And she doesn’t look good anyway… Forget about her, she’s just not worth it…” he said as he tore the note into bits. From what you've told us, he isn't begging you to wait it out until June to see what's what.

I know it's tempting to play out the post-CFA possibilities, but I fear that your dreams about his potential revelations will just leave you disappointed. When his job and the studying became extra stressful last month, he threw a curve ball at me and said that he felt like something was missing in our relationship but that he couldn't decipher if it was his external stresses or just us. And once you start thinking, it’s easy to mentally turn even a perfect partner into an ugly hag. We decided to work on it, but more recently the conversation came back up and he said he still feels something is missing. I'm deeply hurt by this and I really just hope it's the stress of the CFA that is sucking the life out of him, but I also don't think it's fair for me to sit around and wait until after the CFA for my "trial period" to be up.

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