Best Man and his terrible wife!

posted 4 months ago in Grooms/men
Post # 31
Member
891 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: City, State

Manipulative, rude, terribe wife?   Pot, meet kettle.

Post # 32
Hostess
1524 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2017

Had a feeling I was going to open this and laugh. Totally did. 

Are you 12? If not you need to consider therapy to discuss why you’re so controlling and why you have these issues with people because it’s not norma for lack of a better term. 

Post # 33
Member
994 posts
Busy bee

I fail to see what is so bad about the best man’s wife. In fact, you really haven’t provided much in your post at all about her to explain why you are so bothered by this. 

And it makes zero sense that you are worried about her being there for every life milestone you have when she declined to attend your wedding.

Why are you acting like she’s so obsessed with you? Why are you so obsessed with her?

And back off with the controlling stuff. Your Fiance can be friends with whoever he wants. 

Post # 34
Member
6092 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: September 2016

OP, I just saw your previous post about the groomsmen situation. I think you are probably the “villain” here. If I were the Best Man’s wife, I wouldn’t use my vacation time (or a free weekend) to travel to your wedding, either. I suspect the wife simply doesn’t like you, and that is her prerogative.

Unfortunately, you don’t come across very well in these posts because you seem to cast yourself as the victim while also being controlling.

Post # 35
Member
116 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: November 2020 - North Carolina

Ok so are you gonna tell us exactly what his wife did or….?

I read your post about the groomsmen dillemma and I’m not trying to be mean but it sound like you might be being a little dramatic. If it’s a destination wedding you can’t expect everyone that you invite to be able to go, especially if she may not know you that well. To be honest you sound a little spoiled and entitled. Why would you ask you husband to stop being friends with his best man just because his wife isn’t coming to your wedding? And it’s SUPER petty and childish to not invite her to anything else that her husband would be invited to just because she didn’t show at your wedding. You are taking this way too far IMO unless she’s done something else to you that you haven’t mentioned.

Post # 36
Member
1050 posts
Bumble bee

Yeah, you sound incredibly immature and I think you really need to realign your expectations and grow up a little. Your behavior isn’t normal. 

Post # 37
Member
54 posts
Worker bee

OP deleted the groomsmen posts… that has reaffirmed the last few PP’s opinions

Post # 38
Member
3838 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: April 2017

? It’s entirely possible for him to be be friends with his best man without you ever having to see the wife. Why would she be a part of every happy moment of your life?? Like what kind of events are you imagining? 

Post # 39
Member
10569 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: City, State

nonablu :  

Junior prom.

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