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How many of you in long term relationships have outside friends that are not other couples?

When you actually like your partner, it's easy to slip into complacency and rely on each other almost entirely for social interaction. Over the years, a lot of my original friends have moved or drifted away and while I do make an active effort to start new friendship, because we do everything together, almost all my friends are his friends and almost all are other gay and straight couples. And with Covid lock down for the last 15 months, not going out at all didn't help. How many of you in long term relationships still have a lot of outside friends? I find it hard to make new friends that are not a couples thing.

by Anonymousreply 0July 21, 2021 11:36 AM
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