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There are two directly opposite views on friendship between a man and a woman. Some believe that the gender of people does not affect the friendship, the other believes that nature sooner or later will take its toll and “soul mates” in the end will be in the same bed. Personally, I belong to the latter, and my man to the former. And we have some “friction” about it.

A friend of mine is clearly intensely interested in my boyfriend, and I do not want to pretend that I am all so modern and advanced. It’s not that I don’t trust him, but I’m sure that he doesn’t fully understand the depths of feminine cunning and he may not want to resist… and thereby destroy our relationship. Which I treasure. And for which I am ready to fight. Jealousy is certainly vulgar and petty, but when it comes to different-sex friendships, assuming the worst is not unreasonable. It’s better to pre-empt a problem than to have to deal with it later.

A friend of mine is clearly intensely interested in my boyfriend, and I do not want to pretend that I am all so modern and advanced. It’s not that I don’t trust him, but I’m sure that he doesn’t fully understand the depths of feminine cunning and he may not want to resist… and thereby destroy our relationship. Which I treasure. And for which I am ready to fight. Jealousy is certainly vulgar and petty, but when it comes to different-sex friendships, assuming the worst is not unreasonable. It’s better to pre-empt a problem than to have to deal with it later.

I have never met a man in my life for whom friendship with a woman was important. Usually, they don’t consider it important at all, unlike their “real male friendship. Moreover, a man who is not offended by life and who tries to assert himself at the expense of the number of those laid in the bunk will never choose a woman as his best friend – the difference in the worldview of the sexes on the same things is too strong.

If a man is in a serious relationship, he doesn’t need to talk to a suspiciously pretty “adventurer. And it is not the busy man but his woman who should organize the “impressions” of such an “adventurer. He is not a single and free “macho”, he has obligations and must behave accordingly, including taking care of the feelings and feelings of his beloved. Unless, of course, he values his current relationship. And it’s not a matter of vulgar jealousy, but of respect for the relationship and for his girlfriend. If she doesn’t like it, then it’s worth listening to her opinion and not going through the motions. Especially since she has reason to be worried and nervous.

Personally, I can’t be calm if my boyfriend gets a late-night call from a girl, even if it’s “a business matter. Work should stay at work and not be a reason to start a relationship with an unavailable man.

Do people who are “not free” have the right to try to become friends with someone of the opposite sex? Or do they have to sacrifice that for the sake of their other half’s peace of mind?

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