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Uh oh. Lol. You're both young, so this is very likely to be a big issue. Do not bring her anything. Just apologize and show her that you care about her through your "behavior" towards her. Give her your time and attention. She just needs reassurance. You checking out other girls is typical. You just have to be aware of HOW you do it. Never disrespect your girl by being completely obvious about it. Don't turn your head or your body to follow the girl. Don't stare either. A friend of mine checks out women without us even realizing that he does it. He looks with his eyes only and doesn't linger. Depending on the woman, she may care less as she gets older. When I was younger, I would feel hurt and be upset. Over the years, it bothered me less. If my guy would check a woman out, I would look too. Sometimes I just moved on and others I would comment with my opinion. If I thought a girl was hot or beautiful or whatever, I said so and moved on. It's funny to see a guy's jaw drop when he doesn't expect that reaction from his girl. As an unintended perk, his attention was no longer on her anymore. Jealousy damages relationships. Catering to or fighting against that person's jealousy makes things worse. As long as one doesn't cheat or overstep the bounds of the relationship, looking in a respectful and not so obvious way is not a big deal. Now don't go using what I said to fight with her over it. Her reaction is typical for most females, especially at her age. 9 times out of 10, a female will be pissed/hurt when her man checks out other women. I'm not saying it doesn't sting for myself. I'm just saying that I do not cater to how I felt, because I know it does no good.
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