The Truth About Being BFF’s With Your Boyfriend
The good, the bad, and the ugly. It’s the most wonderful feeling to know that Johnathon is my best friend. Not only can I express my love for Shaw in excruciating detail, but we’d be eating tacos in the meantime. Being best friends with your significant other means sharing your dreams but also having a level of connection you normally wouldn’t with your best friend.
Growing up, my mom always said it’s important to be friends with your spouse. Although Johnathon isn’t my spouse, he is currently my coffee partner that I’m more than in love with. Regardless of the wonderfulness that it is to be best friends with your boyfriend, I truly want to talk about the difficult aspects of it.
We’ve all been there. You current boo, crush, or the guy you’re “talking” to just did something (or said something) unacceptable. If you’re like me, you call up your closest friends to vent. You have a girls day out. Going to get manicures, watch a movie and you don’t text the boo back. Not until you have had hours of therapy with your friends. Once the session is over, than you’re able to go back to your boo thang and chat things up.
This doesn’t always work when you’re in a serious (eek I hate that word) relationship. If you’re pissed at your BFF significant other, you talk it out. Even if you need a breather, or to vent, the person you’re closest to is the person you’re upset with. Obviously that doesn’t mean you can’t talk to your friends about it, but the person you want to talk to about it is him. Which sometimes ends up being a beautiful chaos. Overall, it’s so amazing being best friends with your significant other. There is so much more to say about this, and I’ll delve more into it in the future.
Meanwhile writing this blog post, I stumbled upon this post. The ugly truth about being BFF’s with your boyfriend is dependent on you.
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