If you really honestly feel like they’re leaving you out, then you say something.Approach them either separately or together, whatever you feel more comfortable doing, and just say that you love both of them and you’re so happy for both of them, but you feel a little left out.” I must have said a version of this in every one of those emails, working it into any situation I possibly could.She wrote, “All they do is text back and forth to each other nonstop!Let them know how much you don’t want to lose them as a friend.Say that you have no problem with their sexual orientation, but you want to continue to hang out with them without always feeling like you’re intruding on one of their private dates.In college, they did everything together; her and Sarah were roommates and Kiel lived next door.
So what is she supposed to do, now that her group of three became a group of two? Our email exchange went back and forth, with me offering advice about how to properly handle the situation.
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See, finding your place is a touchy subject because it’s hard to face the fact that your role in the friendship has changed.
Yes, the majority of things are the same, but for some instances, things will be different, and that's OK.