Once upon a time I met this GREAT guy. We fell for each other. (for the record I'm 40 he's 43) then he turned on me. He was rude to me a few times.. Borderline mean. No abuse ever, just jumping ship constantly. He did a couple yucky things but I gave him a chance. Well now I am really happy. We have been going solid for a couple of months and we are both happy. I forgave him (not forget) but forgave because of many reasons. Well I have two best friends I love and they are not ready to rally around us yet. They don't really want to hang out with him It's quite heart breaking. I feel so panicked at the idea that I will ever have to choose something like that. I know we have ALL been here at some point in our lives. Feedback anyone? I know that sometimes our friends can see things we don't. I don't think thats the case here. I'm aware of all his faults and I STILL dig him. I want to give this a chance but I want to share this with my friends as well.
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