Mind Your Own Business: How nosy friends and family can destroy your relationship


We all have a nosy friends and family who always seems to have an opinion about our lives. They mean well, but their constant butting in is starting to cause friction in your relationship.

So, what do you do?



Are your nosy friends and family destroying your relationship?

You know your friends and family have your back, but at what point do you tell them to back off and mind their own business?

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Comment by Truthbtold on November 2, 2009 at 11:48pm
One of the hardest things is to learn to communicate with the person closest to you, which should be the easiest. Before you discuss anything about your relationship with someone outside or let them begin a discussion about your relationship, discuss your issues with your significant other. And communicate not accuse.
Comment by Kevin Dixon on November 2, 2009 at 11:31pm
Speaking from experience...it's simple misery loves company. Most people give bad advice about good relationships because of their jack up'd situations. Recently I was inviolved in a relationship with a girl that had six kids and barely any income at all, yet they wanted for nothing. Whether it was going out, having clothes, whatever. I consider myself to be a provider, but I'm still a man. Knowing what I do and did for this girl, her friends would still put salt in the game about how I might be cheating or why I have know reason to be upset about not having food when I get home from a long day of work. Or why do I need to go out on weekends, etc... Simply because she and or they were miserable and seeing someone who is a bad place (as far as not having a job with six kids) do so well because of the man that supports and takes care of her. People hate. Misery loves company, the envy what you have and what a piece for themselves or for no one at all. Not only that, but good advice comes through experience. No one can advise anyone about the hardships of a relationship that hasn't been through them theirselves and fought through it.
Comment by Tanya on November 2, 2009 at 10:18pm
I have been in a relationship with my boyfriend going on eight years March 15th of next year. The biggest problem that I have is that my best friend happens to work for him. I have to watch what I say to her because she will go and run her mouth to her. I had a situation three weeks ago. My ex showed up at her other job asking how I was doing and if me and my boyfriend are still arguing like crazy. Now I ain't seen or spoken to this dude since I had broke up with him. Don't you know that she went back and told Marvin this crap. I happened to be visiting my mother and I get a phone call over this bs. I get confused as crap because Marvin called making it look like my ex called his job over this crap. Now I end up calling my friend and asking her if her man had said something to him, but come to find out it was her all along.
Comment by Hershey Kiss on November 2, 2009 at 10:07pm
If women were to keep thier mouths shut and discuss their problem with the one who is causing them the problem then maybe people wouldn't have so much drama. But it seems like women especially black women seem to thrive on drama.
Comment by Southerngal on November 2, 2009 at 9:12pm
In my case I am the single one....but my three sisters and some brothers and family members or all up in the mix of others familys relationship...they sometimes keep alot of mess going on.....off the chain nosy. I usually tell them to stay out of it and its like talking to the wall....So I tell them ......what goes around comes around...so be careful of what you do and say....bad intentions...on their parts .......BUT if they would not invite them in they would'nt know.....In these situation you remain neutral.....lol...
Comment by None of your business on November 2, 2009 at 8:31pm
I think that when you start talking to people about your relationship there is bound to be problems! And that is why me and my husband always pray about whats bothering us and then we come together to resolve the issue, Its better that way because when you share only with The Lord Our Savior you have less drama and no one meddling in your business!!
Comment by kuwalli on November 2, 2009 at 8:26pm
STOP RUNNING YOUR MOUTH MOST TIMES YOU INVITE FRIENDS AND FAMILY IN YOUR BUSINESS
Comment by Rickeyah Jackson on November 2, 2009 at 6:43pm
Hi! I'm a first timer on this site! I enjoy reading everyones comments!
~I'm young, the only girl, and I am very close to my mom. My guy, who is older, preaches this to me daily! I can forgive him if he does something, but once I tell friends or family, they never let it die!
*My motto: Just take it slow and take time alone to get a 'peace of mind'. Live.
:)
Comment by Natasha Davis- Kitts on November 2, 2009 at 6:41pm
I know all too well that those nosey people can hurt and potentially kill a relationship. They always had something negative to say about him, and not to mention that I shouldn’t have my son around him. I know that they meant well, but this time around I’ll let them say what they feel they need to say but I will never let them in on what’s really going on in my relationship. You live and you learn.
Comment by Beautiful Black Woman on November 2, 2009 at 6:21pm
First of all..what ever goes on in my relationship is no ones bussiness.But for my friends and family they already know that I will hear them out ,but the last and final decision is mine to make. My grandmother didn't raise no fool.


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