What to do if your friend is dating a loser


16-Sep-2017 23:42

She thinks her friend might have suspected a lack of enthusiasm, anyway, as Wiedner wasn't going on about how much she liked the guy, which she normally would.

When to say something In Weinstein's opinion, the foremost question driving the decision to intervene is whether the jerky behavior is simply distasteful, or actually harmful — such as physical or emotional abuse, sexist or racist comments, driving drunk and making passes at other people.

Her articles on Love tie in her personal experiences while exploring the early stages of dating and the single life.

For two years, Landis Wiedner watched a girlfriend settle for what she thought was an "awful" relationship."It always seemed like she was mothering him," Wiedner, 29, recalls.

Not to hook her up, but to show her the difference between great men and her not-so-great boyfriend.

Women often make excuses for the men in their lives.

Catching your friend's mate at a bar with someone else might have an innocent back story, he said, and people should get the benefit of the doubt before you start sowing seeds of doubt.

If the guy's just slightly irritating then you're probably being a bit selfish, and it's not worth saying anything to upset your friend just because you'd rather not waste your precious life seconds on him.



I'm friends with a girl who's dating a loser. I wish there were a better way to put it than that, but he's unemployed, lives with his parents he's 35, sells pot as his main source of income, smokes copious amounts of pot and gets angry and irritable when he runs out, is overweight and pees in public. About a year and a half ago.… continue reading »


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You can't quite put your finger on why you feel the way you do so you decide to give it more time. You interact with the two hoping to catch a glimpse of what your friend sees him, because as far as you can tell you just don't see it and this guy is a loser. So, what now? What do you do when your friend is dating a loser?… continue reading »


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