I mean it was completely innocent and I jumped to the worst conclusion.
A bit later he said "were you jealous?" And I answered "not jealous but imagine if you saw me getting a message saying hey can you send me pics of. ...
and he said he saw my point.
How do I stop jumping to the worst conclusion?
Most Helpful Guy
Think of it this way. You cannot have a positive life with a negative mind. It simply will not happen. You will self-sabotage your whole life if you can't get this one major life-lesson behind you. There's a good reason so many so-called self-help/success "gurus" are always saying "think positively", because it works. To your question, how do you get there? It is simply a conscious choice in each and every moment of your life and day. You must choose to think this way, as well as to be happy in the moment. Choosing otherwise will only manifest negative things happening.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
That's totally understandable especially because he's a new relationship for you. I think over time you'll either learn to trust him or he'll give you reasons not to trust him and you'll break up. But he seems like a faithful guy from that brief description so I wouldn't worry.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE