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    Should I continue my friendship with a friend of mine that I’ve known for many years. My current partner isn’t fond of this “friend” at all and forbids me to have contact with him. But I do care for him….just not sure if I’m making the right decision by keeping in touch with him?

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    I get a psychic sense this other person doesn’t respect your relationship with your partner, and there may be selfish intentions. Feels like there is a hidden romance brewing. If your romantic relationship is your top priority, may be better to break it off with “friend.” I think your partner is sensing this too, understandably.

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    I agree with FionaM. As I focused on the question, I heard the Pasty Cline song, “Three Cigarettes In an Ashtray”. There is probably one too many people in this scene. As I connect with your spirit guides, I get a sense that you already know the answer to your question. Having said this, I would encourage you to review the reasons why you want to continue your friendship. What does it serve? What makes you want to seek it? Your partner has set a boundary for you. Are you willing to accept his boundary? Sometimes, it is best to set boundaries with some friends, and to keep those friends at a distance that is perhaps nonthreatening to our current partner. Relationships are built on trust. This “friend” adds to your partner’s insecurities.
    Ultimately, it is what you want. I know you will make the right choice for yourself.
    Many blessings to you.
    Melinda

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