Thanks for the MHO
Even if she created his insecurities by cheating on him?
As I said, there wasn’t anything to the OP’s “story”. Her cheating would change my advice entirely.
It shouldn't. With the same void of information, you still declared, "... he has no right to take his insecurities out on you."You automatically assumed he was at fault with no assumption of fault on her part. Examine your prejudices. You're missing the mark.
Going by the vague post, he sounded guilty, she didn’t. So I went off of that, I’m not going to twist myself into a pretzel trying to figure out different possibilities and theories. Sure, if she had, for example, cheated, he would still not have the right to said behavior. If I knew that were the case, I’d tell the girl to let the guy go and find a woman who actually loves him.
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It depends though. Are you trying to make him jealous to get a reaction out of him? Because thats not very respectful. And there is no guy, or girl, in the world who will appreciate their significant other being constantly engaged with the opposite sex. Like if most your friends are all guys , and you're a big flirt. There will be some limits, understandably so. You'll need to have respect for how certain things make your significant other feel.
Ah... the beauty of young, dysfunctional attachment disorders.