That is asking for trouble, in my opinion. . .
Probably so, since relationships at my age are known to be more drama-filled. However, I think it is important to have someone to hang out with and talk to and vent to other than your S.O. . . .it is okay to have only your SO as a true friend, but I think every one should have another friend other than their SO.
I don't know about "unfair", but it is certainly not the best for either of you.
No. At least I know she wouldn't screw me over like 99.9% of humanity would.
Everybody eventually screws me over...
Its human nature. Its what we as humans do.
I think it's not very healthy.
only if it is because they say it is to be that way
You need a friend who's not your so.
You need someone you can vent about your so too.
yes and no, because you also need an outside voice and if they leave your world crashes and burns and rots and. . . you get the point~ but on the flip side, they know all about you, your likes, flaws etc, so when you have a fight they know why right off the bat and know how to fix it. a win lose situation~
how is that unfair
just because your there best friend doesnt mean they are always attached to the hip rather it means they trust love and believe in you more if they become clingy there are easier ways to tell them you need a little space but in the end if he isnt the one you run to when your scared upset or angry there is a problem with you
when i say attached to the hip it means that they want to be around you or with you 100% but emotionally yes yall should be attached because there the person that cares the most and tries and gives you the attention you need or be there when you feel a specific way if someone else is doing that while your in a relationship then you need to reevaluate yourself
and it's toxic for the relationship