He’s the guy whose integrity is constantly being impugned.He’s the guy whose charisma you adored being told that he can’t display it to anyone other than you.
Finally, he’s the guy who has to put up with a constant barrage of queries, regardless of whether he’s done anything wrong.I’ve been this guy and it’s an awful feeling having an otherwise delightful partnership being dissected to death because of your girlfriend’s insecurity.He spent a lot of time with me and invited me to practically everything he did, including dinner with a female friend of his (who lives across the country and was visiting).Since I completely trusted him, I declined because I was tired.I am considering breaking up with him because 1) that night after dinner she asked him to have sex with her and he still thinks its okay to be friends; 2) he flirted heavily with her; 3) he lied to me about flirting with her when the pictures clearly say otherwise; and 4) my gut is telling me there is a problem here considering he wanted to go to brunch with her without me there.
He continues to maintain his relationship with her via phone, email, etc.
The next day we met up and he informed me that he was going to brunch with her and another friend the day after and broke pattern by not inviting me (we had previously made plans together for that day). A few weeks later, he received pictures from her from their dinner together.
They were very close in the pictures – hugging each other, her behind him with hands on his waist as he leaned against a car, him picking her up and dipping her, etc.
I got very upset about how inappropriate I felt this was, and he yelled at me, insisting that they were not flirting (which they clearly were).
I told him that I didn’t like him being friends with her because I felt it was not 100% platonic, to which he responded that they were “just friends” and I shouldn’t tell him who to be friends with.
Not because he goes to a strip club at a bachelor party.