By Anonymous - 27/03/2016 04:46 - South Africa - Cape Town
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She is right in some way though!! In a relationship try hard not to do things that might hurt the other person
If you're so insecure that you get jealous and hurt over your SO merely texting other people, then you should not be in a relationship. This situation is particularly ridiculous too though, because even after he showed her the texts, she overreacted even more and accused him if not only cheating, but being gay as well. Seems like the OP dodged a bullet here.
wait wait wait.. are you serious right now? lol so I have boyfriend and I texted one of my friends that's a girl "hey wanna go to a movie saturday?" he could accuse me of being a lesbian and cheating on him and he would be right? I think you need a reality check XD you're just as crazy as this person's gf lmao
Did she go through your phone?? I'd call that strike one on lack of trust. If she's that jealous and dramatic on a regular basis it may be time to either have a very serious talk, or to start calling her your ex girlfriend
There's a difference between building trust after being cheated on and using it as an excuse to be controlling and unreasonable. You can't just say "I was cheated on so you can't interact with friends like this!" Or "you can't have friends of the opposite/same sex!" Sometimes having to reassure your partner is understandable, having to give up privacy and/or being controlled isn't. It just won't create a healthy relationship.
"So, we're gonna go to the game later, bro?" "You bet, you absolute stud!" "Whose car should we take?" "Well, mine has the most room in back! ;-)" "Uh, okay, that works." "Also we should have sex, and I'm flirting with you."