been there. i am not friends with a couple, i am friends with a person.if we are important to each other, i will be there no matter who in their circle annoys me
If you are truly friends and you truly love her you should already know the answer...
If she can't accept the path you've chosen then she really isn't the friend you thought she was
Friendship goes both ways, i was in this situation once with someone, her husband treated her friends badly, one was me for no reason, so i made it that we meet out. I had been friends with her longer, her partner ended up walking out on her anyway
after years. He would put others down for no reason, i would never settle for a guy who treats my friends like crap, which is his attempt of controlling you. Underlying.
Isolate you from them. Underlying. Honestly if you continue the friendship hang out with her out of home. You can go shopping together, go and have lunch once a week.
She lost 2 friends never to return because of him, and she blames them, i do not he honestly was horrible. Her friends did more for her, she did she regret not leaving him earlier when she lost them. You have to see this from both sides. If anyone talked to my friends like **** i would get rid of them. Most of all they are disrespecting me doing that.
My best suggestion is meet her out of home, I hang out with the girls what is
wrong with that, my sister dos the same, she has been married for years,
her partner never puts others down though. I would have a talk to your
partner about his behaviour maybe you need to sort that out with him.
Meet your friend out of home, do things you can both do together. Maybe get a hobby something you both can participate in. I know that some people just do not get along, but they both should make an attempt for you. Also respecting that everyone is different and entitled to their own opinion. I get along with people i am not so fond of because of others. Respecting and understanding we are all different helps in us getting along. We are all unique in our own way i suppose. Tell your friend and husband that you would like it if they both tried and made an effort for you. Sounds like someone is very stubborn. I hate being put in the middle, i see where you are coming from.
Just be aware that her husband is her family and she will probably always put him above you.
Sure. Just meet the friend away from her home, where the husband might be. That's easy. And don't discuss him, or it might slip out that you think he's an ***. That would be kind of a deal breaker.
She probably was, but the marriage relationship does and should take precedence over a friendship (if you want the marriage to last)