Friends start dating each other
All of my friend groups would mingle and become friends and I could be surrounded by the people I love all of the time. Sometimes, however, I am TOO good at introducing friends from different groups, and two people will hit it off. And, before I know it, my master plan of having all of my friends be friends has gone further than I anticipated and two of my friends from two different worlds are creating their own little universe by beginning to date. It makes for easy double dates and you get to take all the credit (OK, most of the credit) for their fabulous relationship.
There is one dangerous trap that comes with this matchmaking title, and that is the pitfall of becoming the Relationship Middle Man.
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Before you know it, each of them are sending you screenshots of their text conversations and asking you what he meant, asking you if she is mad at him, and a million other annoying insecurities.
There are our college friends, our BFFs since we can remember, work-colleagues-turned-friends, and everything in between.
For the most part, those parties don’t mingle all too often.
Two of my best friends recently started dating each other, and while I am very stoked for them, I struggled a bit to come terms with it.
On one hand, I was very excited because they’re adorable together and they make each other very happy.