What about when he's your coworker and lingers nearby when you have to help male customers, and/or watches the entire interaction from afar? Does that count as well?
Do you feel like he is controlling you, or that his actions are unwelcome? Ideally he should know whether or not you're comfortable interacting with male customers before he decides to keep an eye on you.
No, not at all! I never ever feel that way, and he's never done anything to try and control me. I've told him multiple times that guy customers have made me feel weird bc I feel like they stare at me inappropriately, or make subtle innuendos. Since then, the only thing I've noticed is that he'll tell me that certain guys will ask about me when I'm not there, or that they were staring at me after they left. But I do notice him keeping an eye on the interactions I have with guy customers. His voice gets deeper, and he sometimes jumps in to help when I'm dealing with a guy customer
Lol y'all really like being sarcastic on here
I don't know what kind of answers you expected... All people are protective, it's normal behaviour, that becomes possessive only taken to extremes
Not all guys are protective of girls, though.
If they care about someone, they'll be protective, no matter the gender or relationship type. If they aren't protective of their girlfriend, then they don't care about her.I'd be easier to ask for possessive signs instead
Yeah, but shy guys are less likely to take any sort of action. As a shy girl, I can attest to it. There's things I wanna say and do, but I'm too shy/scared to. I just notice him hover around when I gotta talk to/help guy customers and he watches the interaction, even if he's not near. He's always staring.
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