I'd be jealous too

Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
My girlfriend and i have been together for about 28 months now. The first 18 months was incredible we were inseperable and genuinely loved each other.

Eight months ago she went on a training course in her old home town and she ended up sleeping with a guy that she had a thing for before she met me. I found out about it through one of her friends and we had a messey patch after that. But i loved her too much and decided to give her another chance after she promised that she wouldn't do it again.

About a month ago she met some guy and they have long conversations on the phone almost everyday. He called a few time on night when we were together and i told her that i didn't like the fact the she has a guy calling her at that hour. I later found out that she has been going out with this guy and that he's offer to take her on vaccation and stuff, when i confronted her she claims that he is just a friend and that it is innocent.

My point is how can it be innocent if she knew in advance that her "relationship" with this guy upsets me. Given her past record do i have anyreason to be jealous or am i just paranoid.


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You have a reasonable cause for being jealous. But, you do need to trust her if you relationship is going to work. Best way to do that is to spend a long time having open and honest conversations. You need to know one way or the other how she feels about this guy.

Good luck,

-- from George
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