My GF is talking to her male coworker, should I be worried?

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Before anyone gets upset, I'm not mad at her for talking to male coworkers.

I don't know any of their names bar one who she's told me "He's hilarious".

She gets in touch with every day just to say Hi and spark a conversation.

I'm getting worried there might be something there?
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If you don’t trust your girlfriend then yes you have a problem.

If you’re upset that she is talking to someone that isn’t you, yes you have a problem.

As to whether there’s “something there” -no way to know.
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is he attractive
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Well it’s entirely possible a sequence of events occurs as so: you feel jealous, you then bring it up, she gets mad, then turns to her male friend for advice and consolation, things spiral out of control between you two based on poor communication and before you know it your girlfriend realises she can just have sex with her male friend and she’ll leave you.
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Yes, call track and trace
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You've got to trust her. Always assume that everything is ok. Don't let these feelings turn into controlling behaviour. Let her live the good life, even if that means having a chat with other males.
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is he attractive
Never met him.
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Never met him.
if he's not then they're defo just friends, try finding his profile online or something if you know his name lol.
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(Original post by sugarcane321)
if he's not then they're defo just friends, try finding his profile online or something if you know his name lol.
I think I found him... he's alright I guess :/
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I think I found him... he's alright I guess :/
show me i'll confirm lol
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is he attractive
da faq??
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(Original post by JustOneMoreThing)
Well it’s entirely possible a sequence of events occurs as so: you feel jealous, you then bring it up, she gets mad, then turns to her male friend for advice and consolation, things spiral out of control between you two based on poor communication and before you know it your girlfriend realises she can just have sex with her male friend and she’ll leave you.
Speaking from personal experience?
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She's doing the dirty, PM me and we can chat about it x
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She's doing the dirty, PM me and we can chat about it x
1. You're anon so they can't PM you
2. Say what you want to say here there's no need to take it to PMs
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1. You're anon so they can't PM you
2. Say what you want to say here there's no need to take it to PMs
he has PMed me so why dont you stay out of it
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he has PMed me so why dont you stay out of it
The cap and for why?
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Look dude, so far the advicr here has been mostly unhelpful. It's okay to be worried about your gf's relationship with others. It's okay to feel jealous. Your literally human and no one will expect you to be perfect. But youll have to recognise that your gf has a life separate from your relationship and it would be wrong for you to insert yourself in her daily goings. Trust her, let her know that you like being around her so much that the thought of her speaking to others makes you a bit sad. Make her feel valued. Once you feel secure about your relationship and boundaries; you won't feel this way. Hope this was helpful:-)
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Speaking from personal experience?
Oh god no, I've never worked a day in my life.
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Oh god no, I've never worked a day in my life.
I meant the girlfriend scenario in general. You don’t have to share if it’s still too painful 😞
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I understand the concern, but this just sounds friendly. Picture the coworker as female and it doesn't sound threatening at all right? I don't think there's much going on, but I'd talk to her if you're feeling insecure or anything like that (not in an accusatory way of course, but just so she can reassure you).
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