It's really starting to bother me, but I put up with it in an attempt to show that I trust her

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Hi,actually, I have two questions. My girlfriend and I have been going out for about a year now, and I try my hardest to trust her completely, but every once in a while, the little green monster pops up. One of my best friends used to have feelings for her, and I feel like he still does. Lately, she's been wanting to spend time with him. She's constantly flirting, but afterwards tells me it doesnt mean anything. It's really starting to bother me, but I put up with it in an attempt to show that I trust her. How should I be handling this? Also, she is starting to really worry about going of to college, and doesn't really know how she can handle the relationship over distance thing. Any advice?

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Talk to her

I think your girlfriend needs to realize what a great guy she has. I think it might help if you talked to her about how you feel. If you let her know how you feel and that you're jeolous, it will help her be more understanding. And that will probably make her stop doing those things that make you jeolous. If it doesn't then she's not good enough for you and you're much better off without her.

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