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Just for the record, i'm not controlling or would ever try to 'stop' my boyfriend from having female friends, as I have no right to do that.

He came to see me for under a week, and he wanted us to meet up with this female friend almost every day, and it ended up being for 6+ hours at a time. She has a boyfriend and he was there too.

I know they have only ever been friends and she has always been with a boyfriend.

I trust him, I just felt a bit rubbish that he had come to see me (and of course came to see friends too) he has other friends but wanted to meet with this particular one almost daily.

Just made me feel a bit insecure that he harboured a secret crush or seeing me alone wasn't enough.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Just for the record, i'm not controlling or would ever try to 'stop' my boyfriend from having female friends, as I have no right to do that.

He came to see me for under a week, and he wanted us to meet up with this female friend almost every day, and it ended up being for 6+ hours at a time. She has a boyfriend and he was there too.

I know they have only ever been friends and she has always been with a boyfriend.

I trust him, I just felt a bit rubbish that he had come to see me (and of course came to see friends too) he has other friends but wanted to meet with this particular one almost daily.

Just made me feel a bit insecure that he harboured a secret crush or seeing me alone wasn't enough.
Do you have any other feelings or suspicions about him harbouring feelings for her? If not let it be. If you do then you need to confront him.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Just for the record, i'm not controlling or would ever try to 'stop' my boyfriend from having female friends, as I have no right to do that.

He came to see me for under a week, and he wanted us to meet up with this female friend almost every day, and it ended up being for 6+ hours at a time. She has a boyfriend and he was there too.

I know they have only ever been friends and she has always been with a boyfriend.

I trust him, I just felt a bit rubbish that he had come to see me (and of course came to see friends too) he has other friends but wanted to meet with this particular one almost daily.

Just made me feel a bit insecure that he harboured a secret crush or seeing me alone wasn't enough.
Hi, I hope you're doing okay. I understand that this would make you feel insecure as that is a natural response from most people in a situation like yours. You could try talking to your boyfriend about it to put your mind at rest x
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Just for the record, i'm not controlling or would ever try to 'stop' my boyfriend from having female friends, as I have no right to do that.

He came to see me for under a week, and he wanted us to meet up with this female friend almost every day, and it ended up being for 6+ hours at a time. She has a boyfriend and he was there too.

I know they have only ever been friends and she has always been with a boyfriend.

I trust him, I just felt a bit rubbish that he had come to see me (and of course came to see friends too) he has other friends but wanted to meet with this particular one almost daily.

Just made me feel a bit insecure that he harboured a secret crush or seeing me alone wasn't enough.
No, it seems like you're right to feel like that. I'd feel like that!

He came to see you his gf and of course his friends, but isn't it basic etiquette to spend at least a day being just the two of you, and always seeing this particular friend? I can see where you're coming from.

What you need to do is talk to him, and explain that you're a bit upset because, you do have a right to be in my opinion, sit him down say how you feel like he should have at least spend one day being the two of you, and how you weren't okay with him seeing that particular girl everyday.
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