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Letting a friend down

Letting a friend down

Dear Wendyl,
My best friend and I have been single girls on the prowl for several years. We got into a routine of hanging out together every weekend and sometimes seeing men, but always being very close. Recently I began a relationship with someone and now I have no desire to hang out at the pub, or with her, or do anything we did in our old life. I just want to stay in with my man and have a nice time. How do I break it to her?

Happy-at-Last, by email

Dear Happy-at-Last,
First up you might try not being too smug about it. I think most people reach a stage where nights out become tedious compared to a comfy stay at home. But this does leave your girlfriend out in the cold. I think you should ask her to your house for dinner or a movie-Chardonnay combo and see how that works. The important thing is that you keep seeing her, which I presume you want to do as she is a close friend. Explain you’ve had a change of heart and that you hope she’s okay with hanging out at your place. She’ll either accept your new man or find someone else to go out with.

Send your questions to wendyl.nissen@nzww.co.nz or write to Agony Aunt, NZWW, PO Box 90119, Victoria St West, Auckland 1142.

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