should I worry?Visitor's Question from a unknown year old Person
Ok, Acouple of nights ago I had a hockey game and I asked my girlfriend to go but she said she had a youth group christmas party to go to. So, I thought it'd be fine if she went to that and missed my game then I would hang out with her after. So after my game i picked her up and we went to my friends house and the entire night I can sense something is wrong but i cant get it out of her. So finally she admitted something was wrong and she told me some bullshit that I accepted because it sounded ok.
So the next day I picked her up and we were just kind of messing around in my bed when she stopped me and asked me if i told her EVERYTHING, so I said yes because i do. So she goes on to tell me that last night at her little party she sat down with some guy and she said once he started to talking to her, her stomache dropped and she felt like a spark or an attraction to him. And she said she started thinking about him but then thought o wait, what about my boyfriend, and she says she got up and called me.
Now I dont know waht to think. She says she doesnt have any feelings for this kid and she doesnt like him at all and that was the first time they ever talked. But i dont know what to do should i think that she does have feeling for him and they do have a connection? Or maybe she has actually been talking with this guy every sunday and knows she has feelings for him and just wanted to tell me alittle of the story. But maybe she doesnt have any felling for him but i know they are still going to see each other every sunday and i just dont know what to think or do.
Please just give me some advice. Thanks
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