5 SIGNS YOU LOVE YOUR FRIEND THAN YOUR PARTNER:
Relationships are complex. The line between a healthy and unhealthy relationship is not just thin but also seems invisible, so you need to tamper with caution. But when it comes to your best friend, telling them about every single thing or even being involved in their personal life, can often lead to you developing a toxic emotional bond.
While everyone needs a best friend in their life to share joys and struggles with, the relationship can also turn out to be unhealthy.
Like Lisa Haydon in Queen, your bestie can bring out the side of you that you never thought existed and you might not want to let that go. Or you two could be opposites, a trait that you love. While we all need someone to be by our side at all times, at times, you can end up being obsessed with them. However, here are 6 ways to know if you are obsessed with your BFF:
You can stay up late only to hear how their day went
You might not have met your best friend today, but you need to hear how their date goes or what they did during the day when you weren’t around. You’re so desperate to hear that you can stay up till the wee hours of the morning only to know more about them.
When you text them more than your partner
Is it possible that you are obsessed with telling them everything every single day? You manage to text them even more than your partner because you want to know their opinion on every aspect of your life.
You talk about them more than anything else
Have you ended up talking about your bestie to your parents, your partner or even your colleagues? Do they all know some personal information about your best friend even when they haven’t met the latter? It’s quite possible you are obsessed with your BFF.
When they are not around, you’re their spokesperson
Do people ask you about your best friend’s whereabouts when they are not around? It might happen because you have always been spotted around them. From going on special trips to going shopping together or simply spending time at home just binging on some pizza, you’ve become you’re best friend’s mouthpiece.
You get offended when you’re not the first person to break any news to
Do you go through nagging pain when you’re not the first person your best friend goes to, to tell something important? Although it hurts, the way you deal with it can tell whether you’re obsessed with them or not.
You consult them with EVERY decision you make in your life
Is your best friend your validation guru? Before you do anything, is it imperative that you run it by your best friend and only when the approval, you feel you’ve made the right decision?