Most Helpful Guy
Honestly, my answer may be a bit biased because I've had a bit of a history with this type of shit, but I think the most important thing in a relationship is trust.
You need to trust your boyfriend and if he says you can trust his friend then you should take his word for it.
My story, I was dating this girl a couple years ago and she didn't like the fact that there were some girls in my group of friends. She pretty much told me the same thing like u told ur bf... she said she didn't care if I chilled with some of my female friends if there were some of my male friends around as well, but she didn't want me alone with any of my female friends. That really pissed me the fuck off.
I would always tell her that she needs to trust that nothing would happen but it was always an issue. Just because a guy is chilling with a girl, it doesn't mean that his intentions are to fuck her...
We ended up breaking up for other reasons but that shit always got me fuckin annoyed0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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Most Helpful Girl
I think most feel that you're taking them away from their friend or "changing" them. I know this because apparently I told a roommate's boyfriend while drunk that he was taking her away from me.
I don't remember that. But I do remember feeling it. She DID change--she wasn't herself around him. She always agreed like a little puppy, would go do things with him, and put my relationship with her on the backburner... like I didn't matter.
And I did similar things on FB too. Damn. That was childish.
I understand both sides of the situation, but I agree that unless if she doesn't have valid reasons for feeling the way she does and is merely being selfish, she needs to stop.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE