Most Helpful Guys
If there was no truth in what you said, he wouldn't have become defensive. You need to trust your instincts and not back down at the first sign of unpleasantness.
He knows what you said is true, but there may be a part of him that enjoys it. However, when you need to tell another person to have better boundaries, there is a problem.
insecurity isn't attractive to either sex. That said, you did need to say something. Guys do not have well developed "no" buttons to female come-ons. All our efforts are to getting her to say yes-not to turning them down. But you've let him know it bothers you and that is enough. If he continues then drop his ass-he doesn't respect you. He knows you don't like it now and have noticed. That said if you notice her coming on to him again that's not necessarily his fault-unless he reciprocates in the flirtation
Most Helpful Girls
I’d just let him know that it worries you, but don’t try to make him cut ties with either of them of course. I’m sure he’ll reassure you about it, and I doubt that anything will happen between them with his consent, seeing as he did tell you about the girl giving him “looks”. Just be honest!
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