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Oliver @ApexOliver
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🚨This thread contains advice that could save friendships🚨

Do you have a married friend or a friend that gets married?
Do you think everything will remain just the same between you two?


When a man gets married (or even gets a GF). Things change. A LOT.

Read on 👇🏻
When a man gets a girl, he's no longer just "your friend", he has other duties. A wife to look after.
So accept the fact that you'll probably see him less frequently.

The most important thing to realize is that the wife now holds the keys to your friendship.
If your friend's wife hates you, this friendship will be over sooner or later.
How? 99% of men submit to the pussy, eventually.

She'll give him a drama before he goes out with you, during your party or afterward. Eventually, your friend will get tired of it and will avoid you.
As a single guy, you're a threat to her married life.
Most women don't acknowledge it, most men aren't aware of it and many think it's just natural for a man to leave his friends behind. Not really. Decreasing the frequency of meeting yes, not cutting off everyone.
Why are you a threat? Because you may induce FOMO in her husband.

She's afraid her husband will see how much fun you're having as a single man and her husband will desire the same.

Could you preserve this friendship? Absolutely.

I have a few tips for you that 100% work.
1- Don't talk shit about his wife. Ever - This is Numero Uno.
He's in love, he's blind to her flaws
Even if she's a bitchy naggy ugly ass slut, just say you're happy for him.
He won't listen. Why bother? Why make him hate you?
Eventually, it'll reach her hears and she'll hate u 2
2- Don't try to redpill him - I've said this countless times. It never works, you're just pissing him off, and his wife might hear about that and hate you for trying to change her husband.
You'll set yourself as an enemy to her marriage. And guess what happens? Bye bye friend.
3- When you can, take wife's side - Couples fight, it's unavoidable
When he comes to you and tells you about it, instead of fueling the flame and telling him to dump her (he won't) or fight back - Tell him she's right, she'll appreciate it (even if she was wrong)

Think forward
4- Invite her out with you - When you're going out, invite his wife.
She will most likely decline, but would very appreciate the offer, she'll understand that you're not enemies and she's accepted.

If she decides to go out with you, proceed to the next tip.
5- Talk good about marriage - Never diss marriage in front of her or call him a prisoner or W/E bullshit.
Say how much you wish you were married and love is the best and how lucky is your friend.
That way you're not inducing him with FOMO and she'll approve this friendship
By now you're probably thinking I'm exaggerating

All those "tips"? I've done the complete opposite of them more than once, and it never ended well

If he's acting beta - not your problem, you can't change him

Enjoy his company and the value he brings to your life. That is all.
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