We've been together 3 years, so why would he basically choose breaking up with me over deleting her.
I only asked him aswell, not like I'm making him do it
I've heard so many bad things about relationships being broken because of Facebook, and I don't want that to happen to us
Most Helpful Guy
Like many other have said I think it's him you don't trust. Just because she may have an interest in him doesn't make her a slut, if that were true, then by your premise you're one as well. He has to decide himself what he's going to do if something like that ever comes up. What's more important? If a person is going to cheat they're going to do it regardless, what's not to say he already has her number. Some how I doubt that you just came out asking him to delete her, I think there was a little more to it than just that. That's just my experience w women, especially ones in your age category based on insecurity. I think men tend to have more loyalty to their friends compared to women regardless if their friend is a male or female.0
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Most Helpful Girl
"It's not him I don't trust, BUT..." is a definite sign that you don't trust him. You either believe he has enough discipline or self-control to stay faithful, or you don't. So while you may have said that you trust him, your actions prove otherwise. Also, acting judgmental towards a girl you don't even know is insecure, and both of those things are major turn offs for most guys. There was probably more behind the break up than just you asking him to unfriend someone. He may have just been done with the relationship. :(0