a_lifters_life Posted July 29, 2008 Share Posted July 29, 2008 Im in a temp. LDR because we're both 19 and go to the same college. She has MANY, MANY girl/guy friends, most of which aren't close but know her. Usually I think its from her drinking with people. Since we only see each other 2-4x per month its tough to know how she is doing. She doesnt work, or actually just got a job after 2 months of being jobless. It's volunteer work which is highly commendable. However, she is extremely extremely social with people. I on the other hand, am friendly, but not extremely outgoing. She is constantly playing organized games with girls/guys back at home this summer (Man Hunt, etc, etc). She really does not seem like the girl to cheat, but shes also the type that doesn't tell me how she feels - I have to DRAG it out of her if I sense something is wrong. I really do not get why she can't tell me how she feels... I think if I found out she ever cheated I'd go apesh!t. The one problem I'm having and I've discussed this with her many times is we go back to college 08/24 and she is a drinker. She claims not to be a big drinker and says she only drinks 2-3x per month, which all of her close friends who are friends with me think is an absolute lie. Anytime I try to talk to her about me NOT wanting her to drink a lot next semester or it will not go well with me - she gets really ticked off. Since we been together 3 months, last time we were at college we were just friends and even then she liked me alot, but still ended up drinking 1-2x per weekend. I remember it like the back of my hand, I hated it. Rather than rant more, I'd just like to know how to approach this. The alcohol and guys on campus who are just there to get ass scare me. I'm to the point where if I found out she cheated, I may just * * * * the guy up who did it and never talk to her again. I've had alcohol problems on my dad's side and completely messed up our relationship with them ... that's why I fear drinking too much is bad and wouldn't want a 'party' animal g/f. Link to comment
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