Especially When They're Your "Friend."This one girl gets on my last nerve. She's a friend of his. But she flirts with my boyfriend and asks him things that are none of her business. Of course though, when I'm there with him, she has NOTHING to say. But when I'm gone, all of a sudden she's concerned about where I am and such.
In the beginning, he acted completely blind to what she was doing. But now, he acknowledges it.
At first, she caused friction in our relationship. She invited herself over to his apartment to "study" alone with him (Bullshit!) He told me about it, and I told him that it was unwise, but if studying was needed, they could study in a public place. When he told her that, "all of a sudden," she couldn't come...
After talking about it, he agreed not to iniatiate conversations with her, but that if she called, he'd talk to her (to be nice, I suppose). In the beginning, that seemed to work. Until, she evidently talked to one of my boyfriend's friends about US, and then asked my boyfriend if we're having sex. (we're at a Christian college; sex is banned for obvious reasons).
Time has passed. And things are much better now, with me and her. But I still dont like her. For more than one reason.
In my world, I wouldn't want him to talk to her at ALL. However, I want him to be his own person. Furthermore, he's given me no reason to distrust him. So I'll keep trusting him. But I still don't trust her.
RitaRee 22-25, F 4 Responses 1 May 1, 2011