WombatShadow Posted March 19, 2017 Share Posted March 19, 2017 The long and the short of things is that my very dear friend (M27) is involved in a toxic relationship with a younger woman (~20). This friend of mine is part of a closeknit group of four, three guys and one girl (me). We'll call the friend in the relationship T and the girl J. Not only has J made sure that T is ostracized from his various other friend groups and his family, she is now attempting to pull him away from us. Since I am a girl, T is no longer allowed to talk to me or even interact with me on Facebook (that includes me liking his posts) without getting into trouble. J's also interrupted his plans to hang out with the group thrice in the last month, and when he was able to hang out with us he was glued to his phone, taking photos of his food or the place or the people to prove he was where he said he was. J, of course, can talk to me, and talk she has. She explained how all of her exes abused her and how all of her friends have stabbed her in the back, so she has no one but T. She hates his family, too, and I'm afraid they're next on the chopping block. It seems to me that J hops from man to man, isolating one and sucking them dry until they catch on and kick her out, at which point she flounces to the next one, asking for shelter before seducing them (which is exactly what she did to T). I know some of her exes, and they aren't the type to hit their SO, and I also subscribe to the theory that if everyone in a person's past is crazy, it's that person who's actually the crazy one. What can my friends and I do to help our friend before she completely cuts him off from his entire support system? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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