(Closed) What does it mean when someone supports your relationship or you yourself being

posted 4 years ago in Relationships
Post # 4
Member
511 posts
Busy bee

I’m a little confused by the question. I suppose I know my friends support my relationship because they accept it, involve my SO in invitations and events, and ask after him. 

Post # 5
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8980 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2012

I don’t know what you’re asking.

If you’re unsure if your friends support your relationships — ask them.

I don’t need validation from my friends to continue my relationship with my husband. It’s nice if they do validate it, but I don’t need their approval.

Post # 6
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8044 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2013

If those closest to you don’t approve of your relationship, it’s usually something you should take notice of, IMO.

My friends and family both hated my ex.. because he kept on hurting me. Nothing I said would convince them otherwise, because they could see the results of how he was treating me (I was upset, moody etc. often, and he’d stand me up for dates, break up with me often, etc.).I wish I had listened to them sooner and stopped defending him.

My family and friends really like my SO. They’re reasonable people, so they will like someone until there’s a reason to dislike them.

If you’re young and a few of your friends are acting all weird, it’s possible they’re jealous or something, so I wouldn’t really want their validation/approval.

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