My friend excluded my boyfriend from get togethers...should I confront her? ?
My friend, "F", is asking all the friends in my friend group together to meet for a party that we have every year. She is inviting everyone but my boyfriend (who is also in the friend group), "B". F and B are currently roomates. They had a disagreement and B angrily confronted her. He didn't threaten her, touch her, or yell, but it was clear that he was angry and because he is a large man, F said she felt scared, upset, and disrespected.
B has since realized that he should have calmed down before confronting her and apologized. F is saying that she doesnt feel comfortable having B at friend events, even though she lives with him. As a result, B is feeling hurt and isolated. I don't know how I should approach this situation and any advice or thoughts would be appreciated.
- 2 months agoFavourite answer
That is something the two of them need to work out. The two of them need to talk this through. Maybe B can apology again and let F know that he would never hurt and sorry he got mad and wants to work on getting their friendship back to where it use to be.
- ChanelLv 62 months ago
I guess she wants to be your friend but not when he is with her.