I have a jealousy problem because i am very insecure about myself

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
Well I have a jealousy problem because i am very insecure about myself and well, my boyfriend was at his best friends house and he (the best friend) had invited some people over and 1 one. The girl is very pretty and everything i have always thought that my boyfriend liked her but i wasent sure. I wasent able to go to the little get together so my boyfriend went without me, no big deal. Well the next day i found out that the girl kept following him around and then he laid on the bed because he had just got done playing ddr and then she lays right next to him, so he scooted over. I talked to him about it and i asked him if he enjoyed being followed by her and he said yes and my heart just fell to my feet. I told him that he could have told her that he was uncomfortable with her being around him so much and that he didnt want to upset me but he didnt. So i told him that i dont want him seeing her alone like that again because his friends wont stop him from cheating on me. I dont no if i did the right thing with telling him that i feel uncomfortable with him seeing her alone did i? And should i still be the girls friend becuase i did talk to her about it and she said sorry but i asked her if she liked him and she said no. Then i heard from the 3rd person that she does and it really upset me. Should i still be her friend with after what she did to me. sumone help my im so confused???

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I don't blame you for feeling a little jealous and confused.

But what happened is not enough to be very jealous.

Your boyfriend was being honest when he said that he didn't mind her following him around because it must have given him an ego boost.

My advice regarding your friend is to talk to her again and tell her what you heard about her liking your boyfriend. If she still says she doesn't then give her the benefit of the doubt and remain friends with her.

Good luck!

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