My boyfriend is jealous of my gay friend
A gay guy has discovered when a guy is close to you, and gets jealous, he may not be telling the truth about his feelings. We met three years ago and soon we become really close. But at some point I noticed that his, ours, behaviors were different. It was like if we ware dating.
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I'm gay and I met my closest female friend in college a few years ago. Let's call her E. I have a very small circle of friends and keep to myself for the most part. Everything was great between us until very recently when she started dating someone. I didn't get a very good vibe from this guy the few times I was around him, but I didn't make a big deal of it.
One night she had a gathering in her house with some friends. After I left, some of the guys at the party were questioning E's boyfriend about the type of friendship E and I have. I don't believe those guys know much about me other than the fact that I'm gay. Their questions caused an argument between E and her boyfriend and I have not seen her since. I have kept my distance to avoid unnecessary drama and do not feel uncomfortable being around him.
Before she started dating this guy we would go out together, and if people would ask, we would correct any wrong assumption about us being a couple. Even some of her family members at some point thought we were more than friends but there has never been anything beyond a friendship.
A few years ago, I had a similar situation but with a male friend. He started dating a guy who for some reason was very jealous of me.
That friendship ended because of the jealousy. We were not very close and he lived in a different state, so the friendship naturally came to an end. At this point I do not know what to do or how to deal with this situation. I don't believe I'm the root cause of the issue but since this has happened twice now, it makes me question myself. Am I doing something wrong? Is this normal behavior? I understand that people and relationships change all of the time, but what am I supposed to do?
First of all, please stop with the distance. Avoiding your friend and her boyfriend is only going to make this worse. Tell her that if she's enjoying herself with this guy, you'll do your best to be supportive.
You just want a place in her life. It makes sense that you're questioning why this has happened twice now, but don't freak out about the pattern. If you're respecting boundaries and making it clear that you understand your role as a friend as opposed to a boyfriend , you're not the root cause of these problems.
As long as you make it clear that you just want your friends to be happy, you're doing the right thing. The rest of it is out of your hands.
You may not care for someone's BF, he may not care for you, some people change a lot during these years, yada yada. Don't over analyze these things. Some friendships last a lifetime; most do not. Previous Letter Thursday December 3, Share Tweet Tumbl. Hi Meredith, I'm gay and I met my closest female friend in college a few years ago.
Should the letter writer have mentioned the bad vibe? What about the distance? Featured Comment "In your 20s, as many of your friends pair off and some get married, you'll find that friendships don't always last.
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