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I made no comment at that time…I think it is unacceptable for him to be meeting her, texting and talking with her when he is four months into a new relationship. He said he’s not attracted to her and so on, but I just don’t like the idea of him hanging out with her, what if he invites her over for dinner, etc?
By the way, I do trust my boyfriend, but I find it almost an insult to me, or to our relationship, that he would still be in touch with her.
What you forget when you’re jealous of the ex is that there’s a REASON they broke up.
And if he’s with you now, trust that there’s a reason he’s with you, too.
How insecure would I have to be to think that my wife’s act of self-preservation was somehow an insult to me?
This is paranoid thinking and it serves you no practical purpose.
There’s no reason for a man to destroy all evidence of his past just because he’s dating you. Not to mention that my wife has her first wedding album in a drawer in our home. I should make her burn it because I’M insecure that she left him 6 years ago?
When the text came I thought it might have been important.Second, a few days ago while he was on skype with his dad, a text-message came to him on the phone. We hadn’t been private about these things in the past at all.The text was from his ex-girlfriend arranging to meet him for lunch on Friday.Recently I moved to the country/ town where my boyfriend lives, after a few months of long-distance relationship with visits intermittent. Two things happened when I got here, however, which have me thinking. First, when I arrived I was very ill with a horrible cold.My boyfriend was also sick (with food poisoning) but he avoided me physically. He explained it was because he didn’t want to get sick again in the last few days before his work ended before vacation. I had thought he’d lost interest but took what he said and accepted it.