A young mother confronts her friend for repeatedly ditching her and feels neglected. When she finally decides to confront her friend, things escalate quickly. Was she justified in her outburst or did she overreact? Click to read more.
Unexpected pregnancy leads to fallout with friend, AITA for snapping?
Childless friend a gem? OP ponders ditcher's motives, AITA snaps?
SAHM tries to make friends but gets ditched. 😞
Friend wants to hang out but I don't have time 🤷♀️☕
Friend cancels plans due to child, am I wrong to snap?
Feeling neglected and wondering if friend ended friendship, AITA?
Friend prioritizes partying over friendship, OP feels hurt and rejected 💔
Feeling hurt when friend rejects kid-friendly hangout plans, relatable? 😔
Friendship ends over child, OP snaps, was it justified? 🤔
Friend ditches mom for child, calls out swearing, AITA?
Friend suggests partner babysit, mom snaps, friendship ends. 😔
Setting boundaries with friends: 🤷♀️ or 🚫 meddling in marriage?
Friend called OP selfish a**hole after argument over child
Reconsidering actions after friend chooses to end relationship, AITA?
🤔 Did she overreact or is her friend being insensitive? 🤷♀️
Having a child can change the dynamics of friendships, especially when your friends don't have kids. In this post, a woman shares her frustration with her best friend who seems to be distancing herself since the birth of her child. Despite numerous invitations to come over, the friend keeps suggesting they go out for drinks, which the mother cannot do as she is a stay-at-home mom. After the friend ditched her to go out with others, the mother snapped and accused her of being an awful friend. The friend retorted that she doesn't want to spend time with her when there's always a kid around. The argument escalated, and the friend suggested the mother's partner could take care of the child once in a while so she could have a break. The mother kicked her out, and now she wonders if she overreacted or if her friend was being insensitive. Do you think her friend should have made more of an effort to visit her at home? Or was the mother too harsh in her reaction? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
YTA for expecting your childless friend to always accommodate your child.
Friend gets called out for being a bad friend, YTA.
Commenters call out OP's husband for not stepping up with childcare
OP is TA for expecting friend to always come to her.
Friend called out for not socializing without her child, YTA.
Commenter calls OP out for not being considerate of her friend's feelings.
Friend tries to include OP in activities, gets yelled at. YTA 😕
NTA, but needs to compromise. Friend also needs to understand.
Friendship neglected for toddler, YTA for ignoring Mia's POV 😕
Friend doesn't want to hang out with kid, OP snaps
Don't make motherhood your entire personality. YTA according to peers.
Friendship drifts apart due to child, commenter offers perspective 🤔
Friend wants to go out, YTA for not accommodating. 🔥
Commenter argues that OP is TA for not prioritizing best friend's needs over child.
Friendship woes: Commenter calls out OP's lack of effort 💔
Commenter receives harsh judgement for choosing to have a child 🙁
Best friend calls out OP for being selfish, 🤔
Commenter receives sarcastic reply for questioning OP's actions.
Commenter calls out OP for refusing to compromise, YTA.
Age doesn't determine drinking habits 🍻, but YTA for snapping.
Friendship problems? Don't be a YTA by expecting too much 🤷♀️
Commenter calls out OP for failing to accommodate child, suggests apology.
Friend wants a life outside your house, YTA for snapping 😬
Commenter gets called out for suggesting husband babysit, drama ensues 😬
Friend is tired of always going to OP's house. YTA.
Friendship strained by parenting differences, YTA for overreacting 🤷♀️
Commenter calls OP lazy, gets defended by a reply.
Your partner should help with childcare, but YTA for snapping.
Having a child changes things, but don't forget about yourself 💪👩👧👦
YTA for not making any effort to see your friend outside of your personal circle 🙅♀️
Losing friends after having a child is common, but snapping isn't okay 🤷
Commenter calls OP selfish for expecting friends to accommodate her child 🤔
Commenter accuses OP of neglecting friend, YTA confirmed 💩
Friend wants child-free time with YTA, but OP won't budge 😠
Commenter receives unsolicited advice, claps back. 💪
Friend tries to help, OP snaps and becomes YTA. 🤦♀️
Commenter calls out mother, sparks heated YTA debate 🤔
Friend wants to hang out elsewhere, OP is TA 👎🏼
Learn to compromise with friends, YTA for expecting otherwise 🤷♀️
Commenter acknowledges a soft-YTA for offering a low-quality alternative – 🤔
Friend expresses concern, suggests hiring a babysitter. YTA for snapping.
Commenter suggests prioritizing friends, YTA sentiment. 🙅
Commenter receives harsh judgement, 😬 loses friendships. YTA?
Harsh YTA comment with no sympathy 😳
Friend calls OP out for neglecting their one-on-one time, YTA.
Friend accuses mother of neglecting their friendship, YTA according to them.
Commenter calls out OP for being rude and entitled 💁♀️
Commenter thinks OP is in the wrong for expecting friend to accommodate their lifestyle 🤷♀️
Friend gave 2 years, YTA for not compromising, apologize now 😔
Commenter thinks OP is in the wrong for expecting friend to spend time with their child. 💁♀️
Friend wants to go out, YTA for not compromising 🤷♀️
Friend declines invitation, commenter deemed YTA for snapping.
Rejected friend calls OP a**hole for declining invitation
Commenter calls OP bitter and suggests making mom friends. 😔
Commenter calls OP a**hole for not accommodating friend with child