My husband is MORE than my best friend. He's the one who has stood by me even when I didn't deserve it. He has cared for me more than anyone ever has in my entire life. He says I'm his whole life.
These days he rarely makes me upset and if he does I talk to him about it not others. Back when I was in venting mode I came here. I'm not a big fan of talking bad about my husband to people who know him. That's disrespectful.
If it didn't start that way, how did you become best friends?
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Yes we are best friends, he says it to me often that he loves that we can share everything. However being a female, I sometimes will vent to my female friends. But it is usually something i have already told him.
He definitely is. I feel sorry for anyone who doesn't feel that way. We both just finished school in the spring and I have a school-based job now and he will be starting law school next week, so while we're more up and running now, we had all summer to just hang out together. We did a lot of traveling and seeing family and friends, but the majority of our time has just been us and the dogs, especially this past month when we moved across the country to a city where we knew no one. I never get bored of being around him, even if we're just chilling. He might be playing a video game and I'm reading, but it's so nice being there. We do things together too, watch movies or shows, play games, exercise, discuss anything and everything. He is the person I tell everything to, great or small, happy or sad, and he empathizes and sympathizes with me about all of it.
Sometimes I will talk to one friend about our deeper problems (no sex, his sexual problems mostly) but it is not a complaining talk, it is a "we're stuck and maybe if I had another perspective I could understand him better or maybe it can spark us in another direction". I only talk to her because I know she has the utmost respect and love for me and a profound respect for my choices, including my choice of spouse (others would most likely think I'm crazy for marrying someone who I knew I'd have sexual problems with, but she respects me and talks to me in a productive manner, not a destructive "just get divorced" way).
My wife and I began as best friends for a year, really close best friends (more like an emotional affair but heh)
We simply 'clicked', and ended up doing everything together to the point we became rather inseperable. My wife and I to this day have had 2 seperations so far in our marriage but they don't last very long (like a week lol). My concern now is how I'm going to live without her but I try not to think about that.
I've become completely interdependent on her, as my wife, my best friend, and arch nemesis!
Yes, he is my best friend. He is there for me more than any woman friend I have had. We talk about everything and my husband has a special bond with me because I taught him to be open about his feelings.
My wife is my best friend.
My male best friend from before my marriage [ the best man] and I were business partners. We had a terrible falling out over a business deal.
It helped me appreciate my wife more.
She is now my business partner , best friend and most of all,