DEAR AMY: I need some perspective.
My fiancee broke up with me for a two-week period, for seemingly no reason. She was apparently going through family issues and felt she couldn’t be a good girlfriend while coping with all of that.
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During that break, my best (guy) friend sent her a nasty text about how poor this decision was and how much she “didn’t deserve” me.
My fiancee and I got back together soon after his text was sent.
The problem is she still holds a grudge against my best friend because she feels he shouldn’t have gotten involved.
In my eyes, he was just being a friend, but it’s gotten to the point where she doesn’t even want him at the wedding, where I want him to be my best man. I’ve tried talking to both of them and he’s willing to bury the hatchet if she is, but she’s not, and is holding a grudge. What should I do?
Groom to Be
DEAR GROOM: I’m not going to react the way your friend did, but before moving on to your question, I do think it is important for you to recognize your fiancee’s behavior as being worthy of scrutiny. She dropped you suddenly and without explanation. I assume you trust her to stick with you now?
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Source:: The Mercury News