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    l don't know whats wrong with me. He has reassured me at all times that he is not an unfaithful person, he always tells me he loves me and he even brought us a holiday for christmas to go away in january.

    We live in an accommodation shared with a girl, who *****es about me all the time but have got no choice as it is not his house. But whenever they talk about anything that's completely innocent, I get extremely agitated, angry and very envious.

    I've told him and he told me to stop being so stupid. But for revenge after provoking an argument about it, he bloody asked her if she wanted to go shopping with him and they went together while I was at home (sulking I suppose), and again he offered to drop her off the train station with her suitcases to save her walking.

    I really need to grow up, but because of my past, I've been cheated on and hurt and my fears have always been confirmed in the end... but should I have the right to have my suspicions about this?
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    l don't know whats wrong with me. He has reassured me at all times that he is not an unfaithful person, he always tells me he loves me and he even brought us a holiday for christmas to go away in january.

    We live in an accommodation shared with a girl, who *****es about me all the time but have got no choice as it is not his house. But whenever they talk about anything that's completely innocent, I get extremely agitated, angry and very envious.

    I've told him and he told me to stop being so stupid. But for revenge after provoking an argument about it, he bloody asked her if she wanted to go shopping with him and they went together while I was at home (sulking I suppose), and again he offered to drop her off the train station with her suitcases to save her walking.

    I really need to grow up, but because of my past, I've been cheated on and hurt and my fears have always been confirmed in the end... but should I have the right to have my suspicions about this?
    No, you're over reacting. The shopping may have been to wind you up but there's nothing wrong with that or your boyfriend innocently talking to other girls or being nice enough to save them a walk. Nothing.

    Your issues are with yourself, not him. Sorry but you need to stop pitying yourself and move past whatever **** has happened to you before
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    Yeah he sounds suspect. Or at least a ****er.
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    You're overreacting... But he shouldn't have did those things to wind you up either.

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    You're overreacting, he's given you no reason to distrust him so try to put those feelings out of your mind
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    (Original post by skiies)
    l don't know whats wrong with me. He has reassured me at all times that he is not an unfaithful person, he always tells me he loves me and he even brought us a holiday for christmas to go away in january.

    We live in an accommodation shared with a girl, who *****es about me all the time but have got no choice as it is not his house. But whenever they talk about anything that's completely innocent, I get extremely agitated, angry and very envious.

    I've told him and he told me to stop being so stupid. But for revenge after provoking an argument about it, he bloody asked her if she wanted to go shopping with him and they went together while I was at home (sulking I suppose), and again he offered to drop her off the train station with her suitcases to save her walking.

    I really need to grow up, but because of my past, I've been cheated on and hurt and my fears have always been confirmed in the end... but should I have the right to have my suspicions about this?
    Maybe it's cos you dont like her so you feel like he shouldn't be so friendly to her?
    Just relax, you don't want to ruin things because your being insecure for no reason.
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    there's a boy in my class that has a girlfriend like u, we all laugh at her at college and he calls her a psycho b***h . if u keep doing this, u will push him away and u'll regret it, if he hasn't given u any reason to distrust him, leave him be.
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    (Original post by skiies)
    l don't know whats wrong with me. He has reassured me at all times that he is not an unfaithful person, he always tells me he loves me and he even brought us a holiday for christmas to go away in january.

    We live in an accommodation shared with a girl, who *****es about me all the time but have got no choice as it is not his house. But whenever they talk about anything that's completely innocent, I get extremely agitated, angry and very envious.

    I've told him and he told me to stop being so stupid. But for revenge after provoking an argument about it, he bloody asked her if she wanted to go shopping with him and they went together while I was at home (sulking I suppose), and again he offered to drop her off the train station with her suitcases to save her walking.

    I really need to grow up, but because of my past, I've been cheated on and hurt and my fears have always been confirmed in the end... but should I have the right to have my suspicions about this?
    I bet if you did that to him with a guy he disliked he would leave you straight away.
 
 
 
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