‘Think about your pri­or­i­ties’

Woman (UK) - - Talking About -

Do you have two im­por­tant men in your life? Wo­man’s agony aunt, Suzie Hay­man, of­fers her tips on how to keep ev­ery­one happy… ✱ Share with your part­ner. You can spend time alone with your friend, but come home and tell your part­ner what you did and what you talked about. That way, they won't feel left out or worry you’re keep­ing se­crets. ✱ Be clear. make sure both you and your friend know this is a friend­ship and noth­ing more. If you feel a line is be­ing crossed, take time apart – or stop see­ing them al­to­gether. ✱ Tell other friends. make sure oth­ers in your so­cial cir­cle know the re­la­tion­ship with your male friend is purely pla­tonic, so they don’t start to gos­sip. ✱ Re­flect. Think about how deep the con­tact is with your friend. If you're giv­ing him more at­ten­tion than your part­ner, that’s the mo­ment to think care­fully about your pri­or­i­ties.

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