Your girl is immature

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
The other day I gave my girlfriend my cell phone to call her sister. While she was going through my phone book she noticed a number to a girl in which I had a relationship with about two years ago. She became very curious and went through the rest of my phone and saw that she had called me a few times and that I called her once back. With out even asking me or talking with me she handed her promise ring back to me and turned away. I immediatly talk to my g/f and got her to relize that what was going on wasn't worth it because there realy is nothing going on. I havent talked with the girl from the past for the last two years and I have absolutly no feelings for her now. My g/f wont admit that she was wrong for invading my personal life but insest that I was 100% at fault for hiding this from her and lieing to her. I have told her about this girl before. I wish my girlfriend would relize that its not that big of a deal. The girl from the past live over 5 hours away and there is no way for me to see her. What should I do? WE are both 18 Advice
From what you have said, it seems that your girlfriend is rude and immature. She should not be browsing around in your phone list and she should trust your answers.

Tell her that she is a snoop and that she doesn't trust you. Until she apologizes don't talk to her. This should convince her that you a serious and worthy of her consideration.

If she won't see it your way, tell her goodbye! She will come running back I am sure.

Good luck,

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