I'm hesitant to mention this on here because I worry one day my guy might read my blog and not really enjoy this post. However, I'm pretty annoyed by something and would love to know how other people would handle the situation.
During the fight and falling out, David obviously turned to his friends for advice and what not. There's nothing wrong with that, we all do it. The thing is, some of these friends I haven't met. Some of these friends I've secretly never wanted to meet.
For example, once a group of his friends had a dinner and I wasn't allowed to go because I wasn't "on the list." Being the good boyfriend that he is, he complained about it until they finally decided I was allowed to come over. I did not join because I don't accept pity invites. Also, I've known a couple of the people for years and knew that they wouldn't not allow me to join. Therefor, I knew who decided on this cool people list and since then I've done everything to avoid meeting them.
Back to the falling out. Some of his friends decided to tell him how he should of handled the situation. Very mature advice such as kicking me out in the middle of the night, leaving me in the cold and never talking to me again. They also made sure to put all of these what if thoughts in his head and made sure to convince him that if he gave me another chance that he's weak and I'll just know I can get away with anything.
Luckily, with all of these thoughts in his head he still talked things out with me and gave me another chance. Clearly those mature, advice-giving friends are just oh so happy. I saw a post on his fb from one of the friends...
I wanted to comment, "It's officially official, you're a bitch." But, I just hit "like" and left it at that.
Then we changed the stupid relationship status back to in a relationship. How adorable is it that another friend commented, "gay." I kept thinking about a response, but stuck to the "like" approach.
I know that I should be grateful that he didn't allow them to influence him enough to not give me another chance. But, seriously? These are adults, grow up and stop being so bitter about someone else's happiness. I haven't decided if I'm going to bring this up to him or not. I also don't know how to not be so bothered by it. Grr.
What would you do in this situation?