FatGuyWithAMullet wrote:I'd give her the benefit of the doubt and stop being so paranoid since trust is the basis of any decent relationship.
Things have happend to cause me to have issues with trusting her at the moment.
It would depend on the extent of the relationship and why you don't quite trust her right now. No trust=no relationship.
Baseballer02 wrote:I tried talking to her, she got all pissed off at me. She says her nor the guy did anything wrong. I believe the guy was wrong by showing up, knowing she has a boyfriend. I believe my girlfriend was wrong by leaving me alone so she could talk to some guy in private, and also not asking the guy to leave when she could tell this was a very uncomfortable situation for me.
Based on your previous answers to this thread, I highly doubt that you tried to communicate with her. You probably went outside all pumped up and she knew that. I would recommend calmly asking her what happened and let her know that you didn't appreciate it. Is this guy a friend of hers?? Did she invite him over?? Did he know that you even existed?? All of these are valid questions.
There are a lot of variables that the rest of us don't know. I don't have a problem if my girlfriend is alone with my guy friends because I trust her and I trust my friends. Mind you, we have been together longer than 99.9% of everyone else here but it really is all about trust. I am also assuming that you are maybe in your late teens and people that age just don't quite understand how to act all of the time. Sorry but that is a fact. I look back on a lot of things that I did at that time with tons of regret. I see what she is doing as being no different.