My Best Friend Stole My Boyfriend!

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My Best Friend Stole My Boyfriend!Sometimes those you think are on your side are downright sneaky!

Maria, 45, from Portland, Oregon, told us, “A friend let her realtor friend know that my marriage was breaking up and that I’d probably have to sell my house.  She encouraged the realtor to try to get the listing, and when I said I wasn’t ready to put it on the market yet, he contacted my soon-to-be ex-husband and got him to list it.”

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Even mommies can be mean girls…

“Four of us moms had kids all the same age so we formed a playgroup. Two of the moms would stay with all the kids while the other two would have the morning off.  After about three months the group talked and decided it was time to stop.  As we were breaking up to go our own ways on the last day, I saw another mom from the day care center show up, and go in the house to be with the others.  I realized they just didn’t want me, that they were going to keep on with another mom in my place,” Alice, 34, from Pasadena tells us.

We all deal with mean girls, but when a run in with a disloyal “friend” occurs, take that knife out of your back, pick yourself up, and dust yourself off – there are nice girls out there!

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Libby Keatinge is the author of Beverly Hills Tutor. She also writes for international lifestyle publications.

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  1. My best friend and roommate in college periodically went after guys I was interested in- for awhile I just thought they liked her better until I realized she was targeting them. No, I don’t speak to her, and I hope she’s miserable!

  2. a threesome and you were shocked that he cheated on you? really? – if a guy cheats on you it’s on him not who he cheated with – not that she is much better, but he would have cheated with anyone

  3. Any friend who goes after your man while you’re together is not your friend – no matter what (including that weird three-way story). And what ever happened to ASKING your bff if you could go out with their ex after they break up? Or is this gay bff just stuck in a timewarp?

  4. No one can take away someone who truly loves you. If he strayed, he wasn’t that into you. I don’t call it cheating unless you are legally in a relationship. Otherwise, all bets are off! Just my opinion…….

  5. My so called best friend really did sneak in and ‘steal my man’. My husband and I hit a rough spot and she stepped in pretending to be a neutral party. I saw them playing tonsil hockey and realized I was better off divorced from both of them. They married, and their first kid, wasn’t his. Got what they deserved I figured.

  6. You should feel so incredibly grateful that neither of them are a part of your life. This guy may or may not have been extremely into you, who knows……..that’s not what the issue. The issue is his extreme lack of character and desire for one of the many extremely deviant forms of sexual behavior, a gateway into one of the many sex-“isms” that can lead to compulsive sexual actions. Why your self-esteem was so low as to offer to share your intimate partner is what needs to be the focus for you. As for him, along with forgetting about him, know that one of two things are coming their way: Either he WILL cheat on her and their relationship will ultimately collapse, or HER self-esteem and self-worth will become so degenerated and she will become so desensitized to this swinger’s lifestyle, that she too will be mentally ill, and they will continue their lives in dysfunction and detachment. (And hopefully their needs for deviant sexual gratification will not escalate into something criminal and disgusting.)

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