So a friend of mine is pissed because he says that all his friends (me and the others we hang out with) have been dicks to him recently. He claims that we have conflicting views on things and that we make rash comments to him about it. We joke around a lot about things and I treat all my friends the same so I know it's not something that I am doing. He is engaged and in a trustless relationship and is also religious (even though he never was before meeting said fiance). To me it seems like he is an ass hole too but can't take it when people do it back to him. If we're watching TV for example and there's something about evolution on he'll be like "that's such bull shit" but if anyone argues anything against religion he get's pissy. His relationship is terrible. His fiance and him have no trust in each other. The other night she told him she was going to bed and drove by his house to "check on him", saw a girl's car outside that we were hanging out with and went crazy even though there were two other guys there and we were just hanging out drinking. This caused him to cry because she broke up with him (not the first time this has happened) yet he gets back with her despite the shit she puts him through. He will not listen to anyone say anything about his relationship even though everyone tells him it's not worth it. We're all very big into cars and he is building a turbo Integra. He makes fun of other cars all the time but if anyone makes fun of his he gets offended and calls them ignorant, even though he's the close minded one. Basically he feels that if it's not his way it wrong and he doesn't seem to realize that he's the only one that thinks this way. Is there any way I can talk to him to get him to realize what is going on? I don't want to sound like a dick but I know he is going to assume that I'm an ass hole because I'm not religious and don't see the point in being in his kind of relationship. Can OT halp me out?