Jealousy is just the tip of the iceberg of insecurity. The 90% of the rest of jealousy is something you don't want to experience.
Thank him for the warning and get away from him as quickly as possible. He is already letting you know that he doesn't trust you and any man that even says hello to you will bring a situation of confrontation between you and him. Someone that insecure "probably" would have a tendency to be violent. Insecure, jealous, violent people are not flattering.
He's not the caliber of man that you should be with. Men like that change quickly and without warning. Best to be wise and excuse yourself from the relationship. You can certainly find someone who is a stable gentleman. No woman should walk on eggshells around a man and no real man would ever make a woman feel like she wasn't safe with him. He's appears to be far too controlling. He wants a puppet not a girlfriend.
I lived in a jealious relationship for ten years, only it was my wife resipicating the jeliousy....we ended it after ten years of marriage.....she is still holing it over me after five years of being appart.....
I have learned that it is a part of life and you have to try and deal with it...you can never be too sure till it happensthey can lure you in thinking every thing is fine and the piece of paper changes the rules......
I am in a differant relationship and the jeloiusy is still there just we talk more about it and deal with it differant.
The desire to control and possess is entirely destructive of any human relationship. Jealousy is a sign of the desire to control and possess. End your contact with him as quickly as possible.
I disagree... in all human experience there is extreams at either end of the spectrum...THERE IS NO ONE RITE ANSWER....
I'd have to agree that a small twinge of it from time to time is flattering when you can both talk about it openly... If I can feel comfortable introducing my man to anyone I talk to or am friends with.... and he feels comfortable to do the same.... then a little mention of jealousy can be sweet and easily turned into something positive rather than fostering or coddling an insecurity. If there's a hesitation or inability to share that whether on my behalf or his, then maybe there's concern for later. It's all in how well you know each other and the friendship you have under it all. Either it's there... or it's not.
Jealousy is a sign of insecurity, any is a bad sign.
I'm glad you picked up on it, many don't.
I think its a perfectly normal human emotion. In excess of course its not a good thing.
I find jealousy absolutely common and fairly normal. It's how he expresses it or how it manifests that is the issue. The degree to and what he is jealous of.
control and insecure