we will not be so close with our friends after marriage,right?

@Alisatan (140)
China
March 11, 2013 10:16pm CST
I am left out by my best friend after my marriage. I tried to chat with her on line but only got some cold words. I cherish the friendship of almost 7 years, but now I am losing the courage to bother her, also I am a little hurt at the same time. Just let it alone. If she treats me like a friend, she will fine me finally, right? Even if one time
2 responses
@doroffee (4230)
• Hungary
12 Mar 13
It really depends on the type of friend and friendship. It doesn't happen by defauzlt. I know that my best friend and I are going to keep close forever, even after I get married (we are planning this next spring with my fiancé)...
@Alisatan (140)
• China
13 Mar 13
I don't why this happened to me. Before I get married, she didn't get on well with my boyfriend, my bf(now my husband) don't have very good temper but he is a reasonable person. My friend is from well-off family and there are alwalys good preparation for her future. So no worries for her. Sometimes I admire her so much. As I am from a single parent family, I need to concern everything for how to live on myself. Also my husband is from a poor family, but he is very positive and work hard. We love each other very much and we are alwayls happy together. Somtimes before, my friend just say that she is not as important as my husband to me. I don't think so then. But now, I think it is her to push me away, my husband never treat me like this, I know he cherish our relationship. As what I think now, I will cherish people who cherish me as well. Anything else, I have tried to get it back or keep it in the same condition, if failed, I will just let it go...Although I will be hurt and sad.
@amuzien (90)
12 Mar 13
i don't think she is your "truely" friend...if you cherish each other ,it doesn't matter whether you are married or not...and even you are far from each other...
@Alisatan (140)
• China
12 Mar 13
You are right, and I now only focus on valuable things. I will never bother her anymore.