Throwing Shade! 9 Signs Your Friends May Be Sabotaging Your Relationships

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February 24, 2013 ‐ By Brooke Dean
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Your girls…where would you be without them? They can be your saviors in times of heartbreak and sadness. But sometimes, they can be your worst enemies, especially when it comes to your relationships. If your circle consists mostly of married or coupled up women, chances are they serve as great sources of information and wisdom in helping you deal with the opposite sex. But if you’re one of many single women in your click who have their own man problems, these women could be consciously – or unconsciously – negatively influencing your relationships without you even knowing it. Not sure if your friends are secretly ruining your relationship? Check for these signs that they may be hating on you.

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  • Lauren

    I knew who my friends WEREN’T when I took my bf to a mutual friend’s wedding. One of my “friends” flirted with him right in front of me and asked him to get her a drink! And the entire time he was with me, showing affection and such they were all completely SILENT and awkward. I continued trying to talk and interact with them like normal and they deliberately excluded me so we left. I never hung out with them again.

    Now when women talk/gossip/brag about their man, I just listen to them and keep my business to myself out of respect for my own relationship. If it’s real, it doesn’t need “friend’s” validation and I won’t allow my sacred love life being the subject of gossip and entertainmentl.

  • L-Boogie

    Um, comments continue to disappear. Not cool.

  • kierah

    Do you know my former friend? All of her relationship advice ended with me breaking up with a guy. Then she started talking recklessly around guys I was interested in. I asked her to keep my business out of her mouth, but she did it one time too many. So when I met a new guy, I deliberately kept her away. That guy and I are married and that woman is no longer my friend. Not a bad exchange for me,

    • L-Boogie

      Good job. I hate undercover haters.

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