So, long story short.
Been seriously seeing a girl for a little over a month. We were close friends first, and it was a long time coming. we moved in together right away and on that front, things are good. So, though it is a short time, it is, indeed, serious (living together, dinner with family, her mom is getting me a job, etc.). I am a pretty damn good boyfriend, and her friends tell me that constantly, and her family loves me for it.
One day, she left her Facebook logged on and my suspicions/jealousy got the better of me and I read her conversations with her EX of four years (broke up over a year ago)
there some stuff in there that really hurt my feelings, and was out of line on her part (this I know for sure, and is not just my opinion).
I have been putting on a brave face but what I read is still bothering me (especially as the conversations continue).
would you break up with a guy if you found out he read your Facebook (keeping in mind I have been a very devoted and caring boyfriend otherwise)
Generally speaking, she seems to be constantly seeking approval from him... which is now just a p*ss off. To compound things she is really battling with some anxiety/depression/debilitating migrain issues, make it hard for me to decypher how she is feeling... I am worrying a bit too much...
So, generally speaking, I am just uneasy about their friendship...
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No, from the sound of it, I would not break up with you. You're only human. I'm guilty of this too, so maybe I'm not that harsh on you for that reason. She may take it differently. But, if you're a great boyfriend otherwise, you should be fine. I would not enjoy what you witnessed either, probably. You should be honest with her. How you feel about opening her Facebook, how you feel about the conversations. But really know that you had no right to snoop around and you should be sorry for that. These kind of things can ruin relationships. Insecurity, lack of trust. But, also there might be reason for it. Then again four years is a lot of background to have with someone, and she is with you right now. If you don't want to lose her, appreciate that she is, in fact, with you. Communicate.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE