First she obviously thinks he is more important, some friend. Stop answering her calls and starting conversation with her, she will realize something is wrong then just break it to her. Stop being gentle speak your mind. I know its hard but friends come and go, I am not encouraging you to stop being friends, but no friend deserves to9 be treated that way period....
My Best Friend Is Attached To Her Boyfriend At The Hip. How Do I Break It To Her Gently That I Would Like Her To Spend Time With Her Bestfriend And Not Her Boyfriend So Much?
The same thing with me my b-day is coming up and instead of my bestfriend spending it with me she said she's going to spend it with her boyfriend and she also said he's more important than me and I've known her for 3years and she's known him for like a few months or a year......but I guess I got to move on
I disagee with biostudent, I think its your friend's personality, who put her boyfriend as top priority, who think relationship is more important than relationship. You can't chang this situation unless they break up. But when she has new boyfriend, same thing will repeat again. So my advice is find some other friends, and do not waste time on her, she does not really think you are the best friend.
You can got to your best friend and very softly speak to her about your issue. Explain to her that you miss your best friend and that you would love to spend some time with her and her alone. I am sure that she will definitely comprehend your problems and would work it out for you. Good luck!
Be honest and tell her how you feel. And be really honest. I remember losing my best friend for a while because I spent too much time with my boyfriend. You just get caught up in the whole attachment thing. My friend said, "you ditched me all the time and you spend all your time with your boyfriend so I just went and found other friends." I felt how much she was hurting and how upset she was so I decided it was time to spend more time with her. When my bf and I broke up after 2 yrs. She was there for me for everything, of course. It just takes honesty to really get the point across to someone who is blinded by what I call "attachment."
I'm in the same situation I think just blank her for a bit until she gets the message thats what I'm doing and then when she asks why I'm mad at her then I tell her. Another option is safe yourself the hurt and move on maybe move away or something. Thats another plan of mine as my friend is doing stuff with her boyfriend that we were always supposed to do together. I think if my friend does not get the point or sees that she needs to spend more time with me then she is not a very good friend and you will have to move on.
If you were a true friend you would get one with your life and let her do the same. Should somthing go wrong just be there for her..
Get some scissors and cut them apart so they wont be joint at the hip any more
Get a boyfriend that way you don't have to whine and cry about your friend being in a happy relationship!