LosingIt Posted September 1, 2008 Share Posted September 1, 2008 I've been with a wonderful guy for nearly 2.5 years now. We are very much in love. He liked me for years before we finally got together and I too, think he's the bees knees. We talk everyday on the phone, have a great relationship and are extremely compatible sexually. We live 3 hours apart and don't get to see each other as often as we'd like. However, recently he was out with some friends and amongst them was a girl who works in my building (she actually works near my building, I since worked out. Incidentally, I travel quite far to my work each day, hence our long-distance relationship.). He was telling me about his night, who was there etc. His words were "Bob and Leanne were there... she's awesome". That comment really threw me. I've never heard him describe another girl - except for me of course - as "awesome". I should have asked him why he thinks she's awesome but he proceeded to discuss how he told her about my job. He met me for lunch recently (which we rarely do) after I had a particularly bad week with family problems. It was raining, the traffic was chaotic and I told him to drop me off in the middle of the street and I'd walk a block to work. He was adamant he'd drop me off at my building. Of course, I became all paranoid and thought he wants to see where she works. I've been hurt badly in the past by other men and the 2 serious relationships I had prior to this, both ended with the guy cheating on me. Needless to say, this has been very damaging to my self-esteem and just lately (since this incident) I've become paranoid. The fact that he'll get to see more of Bob and Leanne than I will of him also annoys me. He hasn't mentioned her since, but I have this icky feeling in my stomach for some reason, despite the fact that he's never given me reason to doubt him. Am I making a big deal out of nothing? Is it silly to get upset over my boyfriend's comment that she's awesome? Link to comment
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