Like let's say you're having a conversation and she starts denying that she's jealous that you spend so much time with a female coworker, when does it go from being cute jealousy that you'll tease her about to annoying possessiveness?
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- When she forbids me from hanging out with someone at all, even when I always invite her to go along.
- When she expresses her jealousy through anger, yelling, tantrums, or getting physical--rather than calmly and politely asking me not to do whatever it is that's bothering her (in which case I'd comply nearly every time).
- I'd do almost anything to make my partner feel more secure and comfortable, so I'd be bothered if she was a hypocrite and wouldn't do the same for me.
Otherwise, it takes very extreme cases for jealousy to bother me. In fact, it's a trait that I find desirable in moderation.
which person in the question is you?
my limit was when i was accused of "infidelity" when just seen talking to another girl. there are several other indicators, but that's a sure sign.
jealousy is indicative of insecurity and maturity.