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Why can't my BF be more romantic--like my BGF?


 
One of my close guy friends is going out with my BFF. I like this guy a lot as a friend but, I admit, I am jealous of their relationship. They are going to a movie next week, and they already went out to dinner once. I have a boyfriend, but we never go on dates. I am worried I’m losing two great friends.

 

Dear Worried,

A little jealousy is perfectly natural. But a lot of jealousy can poison friendships. Take a deep breath, and try to be happy for them. And since you and your boyfriend don’t go out enough, why not suggest a double date? If you feel you need some one-on-one time with any of them, it’s OK to confess your feelings. But next time you get hung up about any of this, remember that time might change this relationship anyway. So do your best to stay friends with everyone.
 
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