oh id be mega ticked off, and tbh id question why the heck my husband wanted to know someone/give them an important role in our unity who didnt like me anyways.
you are totally in the right OP :P
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It really depends:
- how close is your partner with that friend?
- how certain are you that the friend actually hates you?
- what have they done to you? (eg has there been big fights etc?)
If I just think they don't like me, but they are still cordial to me and we have never had a fight, I would probably let it go.
12-08-2012 21:47 #24
I don't think she hates me but she doesn't think DP and I have a great relationship.
This was ascertained after a confrontation where she told DP that we should not have kids as I am too controlling and am forcing her into it, DP is not parent material and our relationship is unstable.
They didn't talk for a few weeks and due to being rostered on together lately, have just started talking again.
DP doesn't have many friends at all so I don't want to ask her to cut off someone if they can maintain a friendship away from me and my house...
12-08-2012 21:58 #25
^^ I was just gonna ask if it was that chick. Why is your DP friends with someone who thinks she won't be a good mother what is going to happen when you two DO have kids?? Awkward much...
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12-08-2012 21:59 #26
It's YOUR wedding. Yourself and your partner and you should both feel 100% comfortable with all of your wedding party.
I can see where your DP is coming from but at the end of the day, she should consider your feelings first, especially if you feel so strongly about it. It really could ruin your wedding having someone there you feel that strongly about.
My DP would like to have a certain member of his family as a groomsman (and we are all close) but i don't want him because he has hit on me on the side (gross i know) and DP is happy with that because he wouldn't want me to be uncomfortable.
Maybe you could talk to your partner and say that you really feel that if this person is in the wedding, it will really take away from your special day. It's you or them!
12-08-2012 22:02 #27
12-08-2012 22:06 #28
How about if she does the guestbook? (like Miranda, if you've watched s*x and the city).
12-08-2012 22:14 #29
12-08-2012 22:19 #30
As long as I don't see her, I don't care if they speak. They don't have a choice at work anyway. And fortunately DP won't see her socially anymore either.
She was just one of the people DP floated to be a bridesmaid for her and when I said nu-uh! She argued...because she doesn't like being wrong but she is.
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