what should i thinkVisitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
My boyfriend of two years (on and off), constantly tries to make me jealous. I try to avoid what he says, but it gets harder and harder each and every time. He said that he met a woman from his past, and that she keeps inviting him out to dinner, because he works on her car for her. She is basically throwing herself at his feet, according to him. She wants to marry him, have a baby with him, things like that. This isnt the only time that he has said something like this about another woman. He had a lady friend that used to bring him movies at late hours in the night. Once, when we broke up (this is when the movie issue came up), I came to pick up some of my belongings, when he started kissing me, and telling me that he missed me and he wanted me back. Then, the phone rang, and he had to leave the room to talk on the phone to this particular person. Two days ago, he told me that some woman emailed him, and sent him provacative pictures of herself. My question to you is, am I crazy or is he doing this deliberately? I keep thinking that this woman he is talking about now and him are having something more to do with each other than just a friendship. Is this right to think this way? It just seems odd to me that he keeps bringing her up, when he said that I am the one that he wants to be with, and i am the one he wants to marry. She isnt the one that he wants, as a matter of fact, he said that he thinks she is moving too fast for him, and it freaks him out. Should i believe this?
My advice is to believe him.
Otherwise you will just worry yourself sick.
The time to worry is when he stops telling you about these women.
Encourage him to be open and honest with you concerning his relationsships with women. And you do the same.
Good luck! George
-- from George
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