Have fun everyone!!! If you don't know what to do, why not take a walk to the park, walk down your street, read inspiring blogs online, watch a movie online, read the book of Proverbs in the Bible.
Some of my friends and sisters had discussions about friendships with our married friends. Some have found that, once their girlfriends tied the knot, they automatically stopped contacting them, they reduce talking to them, they act as if they are superior to them, etc. Some states that their single friends are likely to influence them negatively and they probably won't understand their burdens/marriage issues, hence they are advised during pre-marital counselling to stay away from their single friends.
I've only had one or two encounters in relation to my married friends ignoring me. I was shocked initially but I comforted myself with the Word of God, especially the scripture that states that, "at the appointed time...." Nonetheless, it is to be noted that I have friends who regularly keep in touch despite being married. Kudos to them!!! I have learnt a few things from them.
Have you experienced your friends cutting you off after they tied the knot?
Do you as a single lady/man cut off with your married friends once they tie the knot?
Should our friendships be based on our marital status? I'm aware that there are more issues apart from marital status, it could be not giving birth on time could also cause a drift in friendship.
Are singles known to influence their married friends negatively?
Your comments are welcome!
- Myss Lafunky