"Couples skaters" Archibald and Genevieve answer a question common to people in new relationships. Question: I've been dating this guy for three months and my friends are saying I'm not seeing them enough. What's the best way to handle this? -Susan
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Archibald: My dearest Genevieve where you and I are the only sourceness wretched world it will delight me to no end. Genevieve: Too true Archibald. Let us retire to the bad chamber and away from those committees about love but wait, a question. Archibald: I've been dating this guy for three months and my friends are saying I'm not seeing them enough. What’s the best way to handle this? Excellent question Susan. Genevieve: The phenomenon you’ve experience is called couple skating and is normal as it is perverse. Wee! Archibald: New couples tend to ignore friends because the depth of their love and understanding is so powerful that they cease to care about the outside world. Ah! Genevieve: You must realize that there’s more delight than you need paramour and your social calendar must absolutely not suffer due to romantic entanglements. Archibald: Here are three steps to maintaining your friendships well in the thrall of new love. Genevieve: One, invite your earth wild cohorts to meet your gentlemen. Archibald: Two, once a week call on your friends sounds as, “Genevieve!” Genevieve: “Archibald!” Three, in the absence of face to face meetings keep companions up to date the impersonal communication including e-mail, text, and cellphone. Archibald: Remember if your job with Jackal becomes a hedgiest hide they’ll need the friends even neglected. Genevieve: But the last, your earth wide cohorts may have little simplify if you’ve let them fall by the way side. If you have queries circulate them to your tango.com/questions. Wee!

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