So every time one of my friends get in a relationship, they cut like 95% of all communication and contact with me and rest of the group. This is the third time this has happened with a friend, and when they (she) breaks up, he always come crawling back, pretending like nothing has happened. Once I brought it up, this "friend" victimized himself, and blablabla, long story short, all her fault. They don't feel like real friends, and they are constantly lying.
Should I just cut the contact with these people, or would it be a mistake? What's your experience?
I don't think it's a thing to cut a friendship, some times your friend can be immature and don't know how to proceed when it's dating a girl and have friends. Maybe you should try to tell him how the things works (your friend don't know how to prioritize things).
He knows how he should behave, he even trashtalked another friend of mine for doing the same thing. I know friendships has its ups and downs but I've had enough of this bullshit. Next time he calls I'll tell him I can't hangout because of a hoe, then I'll do it again when he calls after that, and so on. Maybe that will make him realize.
>thinking it's the same thing
Please tell me about your relationship experiences.
The 2 most common types are the ones where both partners are heavily codependent because they love staying together and do that to feel complete, and then there are the ones where both have their own lives and they only sometimes hang out together.
If you disrespect your friends for doing the first one you have never experienced love