No. The day you start dictating to them how they should live their life is the day they stop being your significant other.
Love that isn't free isn't real. What that means is that when you try to control someone's life, as to who they can and cannot associate with, you're not showing love; you're showing your own insecurity--your own fear of losing that person.
Yes...if the choice is between that and living with agonized acceptance...
No .. if you're an adult you decide who your friends are.<br />
But if your s/o thinks that someone might really be a negative influence in your life ... they could tell you how they feel. That's OK .. but giving someone orders on who they can have as a friend ... no.
No, but if they make you uncomfortable...you might say you prefer they don't hang out in your house and certainly not around your kids.
Yes, for sure. If you perceive the friend to be a threat to the safety of your family, you have the right to demand that person be eliminated from your circle.
if the person is a treat, that seems like something one could explain to one's spouse without having to tell them they can't be friends with them
opps I meant threat
Use to think no .. but know i thing As long as you think it's best for you both its ok
My partner did that to me last week... **** what a problem that was! :-( shouldn't let s**t like that become a huge thing as it's stupid. He didn't think I would cheat but he made me feel like **** :(
when they have bad intentions
When they are clearly hotter