How the friendship changes when you are in a relationship

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When you enter a relationship a lot changes in your life. There is a new happiness in your life. Slowly your world starts revolving around that one person only. However, most often you forget to notice how being in a relationship changes the other parts of your life such as friendship. When you are in a relationship your friendship often suffers as you no longer have the time to maintain the same kind of friendship as earlier. This often leads to clashes between the friends. There is a number of ways your friendship changes that one must know to avoid losing it. (Also read: What are the things that are more intimate than physical attraction)

You don’t want to go out
When you are in a new relationship, you want to spend your time with your partner. This impacts the plans your friends make, as you no longer want to take part in them. It shows that you are no longer interested in meeting your friends.

Jealousy
Jealousy is a natural emotion. So, sometimes when you are in a relationship your friends might feel jealous of your bond with your partner. Instead of supporting you, your friends might come in between your relationship. (Also read: Is it possible to love two people at the same time)

Your friends might not like your partner
It not always that your friends will instantly like your partner or gel up easily. So, it is quite possible that your friends might not like your partner. It creates a strain in the relationship as well as the friendship.

More couple friends
When you are in a relationship it is natural that you want to do couple activities. As a result, it is natural that you start hanging out with other couples. This impacts your friendship with your single friends.

Losing friends
Despite all your efforts, you might still end up losing your friends. However, it is a natural part of life. This also shows you who your real friends are.  (Also read: Why men never want to be in relationship with a dominating girlfriend)

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