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Give her time to be a shitty friend, and hope that some day, when if you ever get so wrapped up in someone, she'll return the favor. And if you ever find yourself navigating the tricky waters of a new relationship and old friendships, make sure you're putting in time with It doesn't matter if he has horrible breath, makes vaguely inappropriate remarks whenever she leaves the room, woefully takes advantage of her, has terrible taste in music, or sucks the life out of every party with his mere presence. If this guy really does suck, she'll see it eventually, or it will become obvious that no one in your group of friends loves the guy.
But if enough time has gone by and you feel like your friendship is seriously on the rocks, definitely have an (in-person, non-threatening) conversation. But if you tell her she may feel like you aren't supporting her or she's being attacked.
The best possible scenario is meeting up in person, so you both get the benefit of seeing each other's expressions of joy/terror (depending on how the date went).
If she feels like talking, listen sympathetically and hand her tissues.We sent a bunch of women a series of questions pertaining to the etiquette of female friendships, as it pertains to dating: Can you date a friend's ex?What if you hate your BFF's current significant other?What's the best way to react to a girlfriend's breakup?The answers we got back were surprisingly universal, and nearly unanimous.