We always have got along fine and now she is talking about leaving me for him, a friend of mineVisitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
My girlfriend and I have been together over three years. I am twenty two and she will be twenty soon. We live together and we both hate our jobs. We often come home and complain to each other about this. Words can't describe how much I love this girl. There are so many traits that she has that I would never find in anyone else. Recently, as things seemed good, a friend of mine, whom she told me she finds attractive moved in because he got kicked out of his house for doing too much cocaine and drinking. I thought it would be ok for a couple days. So anyway this isn't working for me because I just want to be with her, alone. They flirt with each other which made me mad and put me in a bad mood. Now she is wondering why I'm acting like a jerk. So now I say that I want to have him leave and she says no because she likes talking to him. Then she tells me she has feelings for him and he does for her as well. But when I confronted him he said that was ridiculous. Bottom line is that she told me that "he treats me good". We always have got along fine and now she is talking about leaving me for him, a friend of mine. Why all of a sudden is our relationship in pieces when I thought we were doing great? I need to put a stop to this quickly. How do I convince her to stay with me?
No doubt he has gotten her into cocaine too.
You have an uphill battle to fight. But if you want to keep her you will have to climb it.
Tell him he has to move out because he is coming between you and your girlfriend. If your girlfriend complains tell her that you love her so much that you don't want to risk having your relationship ruined over this guy.
She may not buy it, but that the truth and stick to the truth.
I hope this works out well for you!
-- from George
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