A Hard Dating Blow

Nicole Higginbotham-Hogue

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You might be with someone that you love and care about, and the two of you might have decided to take the next step in your relationship. However, in the process your friends might have decided that they no longer want to spend time with you due to your partner. So, what do you do if your friends have gone their separate ways? How do you approach this type of situation? Though the answers to these questions may be different for everyone, here are a few suggestions.

1. Get to know your partners friends.

If you spend a lot of time with your partner, try to get to know his or her friends. You might find that you have more in common with them than you originally thought, and if they are friends with your partner, then you may not have to worry about them leaving due to your relationship.

2. Meet new people while doing activities.

You and your partner might participate in hobbies or other activities together, and if you do, you may be able to meet new people when you go out. This can be a great way for both of you to meet people as a couple, and it could be a good way to begin new friendships.

3. Find work friends.

If you and your partner are both employed outside of the household and have friends at work, you can hold a dinner at your house so your partner can meet your work friends. This might be a great way for both you and your partner to meet new people, and it might give you a little insight into each other's work environments.

If your friends don't get along with your partner and decided to go their separate ways, try to meet new people. You might find that these new friends work better for this stage of your life and for your relationship.

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Nicole Higginbotham-Hogue writes lifestyle articles.

Omaha, NE

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