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I heard you talking about Bachelor parties recently and how a lot of men cheat when they attend them.
Well, they put me in a full blown melt-down. My boyfriend of a year and a half has a best friend getting married soon and not only is he having a bachelor party but he’s having it in Cancun over spring break no less! Obviously the groom to be knows about the party…he actually helped plan it because he wanted it to be more of a 4 night trip away than just a local one night deal.
Anyway, I really don’t want my boyfriend to go. I know there will be shenanigans taking place cause a lot of the guys going on this bachelor party trip are single… no wives OR girlfriends. I feel like they’ll corrupt my boyfriend.
Do I have the right to ask him not to go?
Kelly in S. Dennis
I don’t blame you for feeling the way you do…but you asking him not to go on this bachelor party trip is probably not going to make a difference.
I admit this is a tough one to handle but it sounds like you have a good man that loves you. You can tell him how you feel but the odds of him sitting this one out is probably slim to none.
You have to believe that the trust you and your boyfriend have built over the past year and a half will get you through.
Don’t worry about things that haven’t happened yet. It will age you!
All the best to you Kelly!
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