Does anyone else feel like there's always someone that's trying to one up you? I have this friend that's always getting her heart broken. So at my wedding my husband an I paired her up with his friend (which is also a marine.) They've been inseparable every since. Today I was looking for a new cover for my timeline on fb. I was looking for marine pics. Saw quite a few an posted them. Then she posts some. But it's like if i post a picture with my hubby in his camis she post with her bf. So then she messages me! Asking me why I'm always coping her?! So I say what? She said she dates a marine so do I. I say we set you up, an I've known him for a while dated then got married. Then she says well my marines a higher ranks....an he's not. So I say okay? Mines promoting next month...he's already above yours. Honest to god I hate when people use their damn ranks. I hate when people try saying mines better then yours. So then she says "stop trying to copy me." So I sort of lashed out an said, "yes because me being married to my husband way before you even knew youe bf is coping you? Because me posting things we do on base or things that go on on base is coping you? When I live on base? Because my husband spoiling me while I'm pregnant with our child is coping you? If anything who's coping who? Don't you think I have exactly what you want? I love MY husband for who he is, not what he does. Copy that. Be in love with YOUR boyfriend for who he is. Not for what he does." Is that rude of me? I just couldn't take her nagging.
Ignore it, and just keep doing what you want to do!!! Show you're the bigger person and that you don't really care what she thinks. YOU know you're not copying, and thats all that matters, I have found people like her are just really jealous and insecure. but i know that this kind of stuff coupled with our very sensitive pregnancy hormones makes it a ton worse.
That clearly is NOT a friend. :/ I would move on from that person or at least give them some space. You can also take the time to explain further and see where the friendship goes. That is just a rude & immature thing for someone to do & really doesn't make any sense if your the one that introduced her to her boyfriend. :/ You had all the right in the world to say what you did cause its the truth.
I had this friend that when I accidently got pregnant on the pill( was not trying) she got really jelous to the point that she spread romours saying I did it on purpose and told my Bf that I wasn't taking my pill so he would have. To marry me and I won't have to work. I'm 18 and was studying to be a nurse. Then every month she would text me saying oh I think I'm pregnant what should I do, then her period would come then I got a message saying she was pregnant and needed to talk to someone who is going through the same thing. I was like ARE YOU KIDDING ME!
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