I'm beginning to get jealous because of the fact that she is talking to my best friend now instead of me

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I've been talking to this girl for about a month now and she calls me everyday, either to hang out with me or just to talk. But just recently (about a couple days ago), she suddenly stops calling me, and I found out that she's been calling my best friend and talks to him instead of me...I wouldn't care if she calls him and then at least call me later, but she doesn't return my call even when she say she would. I don't know but I have a feeling that she likes him because they've "talked" before I've gotten closer to her. I thought she liked me, I'm beginning to get jealous because of the fact that she is talking to my best friend now instead of me...and it just happened out of nowhere...what should I do?

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The thing to do is have a talk with her on this subject.

I'm sorry to say my guess is that she has tired of you and wants to move on to your best friend, but the only way to found out is to ask her.

But maybe she is just temporarily interested in him so give your chances an opportunity. Don't just accuse her of leaving you. Ask her in a sincere and trusting way how she feels about you now.

That's the best way to do it.

Good luck!

-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com

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