Re: Fiancées tattoo.
If you think she's breaking agreements now, wait until you get married and she knows if you divorce that she'll get half your retirement, child support for any kids you have together, alimony, half the equity in everything you own, etc.
If her friends are any reflection of her, and I believe they ARE, then you really need to reconsider. Anybody that would jump on a friends fiancé and tell him it's her body and she can do what she wants-- they're spoiled, immature, irresponsible, loud mouthed, self- centered nitwits. They have no idea how a relationship is about communicating and sticking to agreements and solving problems and disagreements in private. They likely don't have stable relationships themselves and never have.
And these are the exact kinds of friends that contribute to strife in other people's relationships. This is the problem you're seeing, and this is the kind of problem that will get worse.
I'll bet if you wanted to change something about your appearance or do something contrary to an important agreement that she stressed was important to HER, these same "friends" would be at your throat, telling you what a jerk you were.
Not good signs for the future.
Posted via Mobile Device